J. STROM THURMOND LAKE, Georgia—From their perch in a loblolly pine, two bald eagles swoop low over a floating flock of wintering coots. Most of the water birds scatter, but a few are left struggling on the surface. Continue reading A mysterious algal toxin may offer clues to human neurodegenerative diseases
“We strongly believe that the kelp and macroalgae will become Norway’s next major coastal industry”, says plant manager Tor Arthur Halvorsen, FMC Biopolymer to Norwegian paper Karmoynytt. Continue reading FMC Biopolymer to invest EUR60 Million in Seaweed and Alginate
UK-based ice cream manufacturer Suncream Dairies has launched a new Bubblegum flavour ice cream, which has been specially developed to appeal to children.
Made to a traditional recipe with all natural colours and flavours, Mellow Continue reading Suncream Dairies launches Bubblegum flavour ice cream using spirulina blue
A reddish-brown tide that appeared Monday along Bodie and Pea islands has piqued the interest of ocean scientists and National Park Service personnel.
Dr. Richard Stumpf, NOAA scientist at Continue reading Ocean algal bloom generates interest, but not concern — yet
This week long course (June 26-July 3, 2015) taught by Dr. Eileen Cox and Prof. Elliot Shubert is in its 20th year! This course will examine the freshwater habitats and algae in the Highland Perthshire area. Students will learn to Continue reading Freshwater Algae course 2015 – Kindrogan Field Centre, Scotland
DEXTER — Hundreds of fish are dying at a New Mexico lake, and now, people who have caught some of those fish are wondering if they could get sick, or even die. Rotting fish are everywhere at Lake Van in Dexter. Continue reading Algae bloom killed 95 percent of fish at Lake Van last week
Scientists from North America, Europe and China published a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that reveals important details about key transitions in the evolution of plant life on our planet. Continue reading A look back in time at key events in plant evolution
A Red Alert for potentially toxic blue-green algae at the Bray Park Weir in Murwillumbah was issued yesterday, with a warning for locals not to come into contact with the water there. Continue reading Red alert for blue-green algae at Murwillumbah weir
An alga species infected with a chlorovirus similar to the one UNL and Johns Hopkins researchers have newly identified in the throat cavity of humans. (Credit: Kit Lee and Angie Fox, UNL)
The DNA of a virus once thought confined to the cells of algae may in fact invade the biological kingdom of mice Continue reading UNL, Johns Hopkins researchers identify DNA of algae virus in humans
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Oct. 27, 2014) – SOLARVEST BIOENERGY INC. (TSX VENTURE:SVS) (“Solarvest” or the “Company”) wishes to announce that it Continue reading Solarvest BioEnergy Inc. Announces Fiscal Advisory Agreement With Quinsam Capital and Provides Commercialization Update