The twisted, brown mess carpeting Space Coast beaches this week could be too much of a good thing gone awry. And no one knows why.
Massive amounts of the open-ocean algae — called Sargassum — has been annoying anglers along the eastern Continue reading Brevard seaweed bloom may be a growing problem
Houston, TX, October 01, 2014 — After over 6 decades of time, and billions of dollars spent at the direction of the Department of Energy and other government agencies, one thing is for Continue reading National Algae Association Claims That Algae Won’t Be Grown in Washington, DC
If you’re worried that the silver ions in antibacterial and anti-odor clothing might also pose serious health risks, like destroying genetic material, you’ll be glad to hear that there should soon be a safer alternative. The KTH Royal Institute of Technology has developed Continue reading Algae-based thread will keep your clothes odor-free
The hunt is on for viable solutions to the algae problem in Candlewood Lake. Phyllis Schaer, chairwoman of the Candlewood Lake Authority, said she has found a technique in which solar- Continue reading Experts plan their attack on lake algae
THE RSPCA has been brought in to monitor wildlife at Portishead’s Lake Grounds after four swans died as a result of toxic blue green algae in the water.
Experts from the animal charity were Continue reading Lake swans poisoned by toxic algae