China has drawn most of its modern technology from the West, but now, as the balance of power is starting to shift, China will have to innovate and start developing its own ideas. In a recent contest, the city of Shenzhen went looking for creative proposals for a financial district which would include Continue reading Chinese plan to reconstruct city with urban farms powered by the sun, wind, and algae
A team of experts has discovered how to boost the efficiency of all plants, improving upon the age-old process of photosynthesis. But some critics are wary of this discovery, essentially standing by the adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Continue reading Scientists Want to Improve Photosynthesis, but is That a Good Idea?
SWEDEN – Meet the farm of the future, where common seaweed is being upgraded from an environmental problem to a valuable natural resource and raw material.
“The fact is that algae can absorb nitrogen from the water as effectively as Continue reading Seafarm Project Turning Algae into Food and Fuel
[USA] We depend on big farms for our food. For crops, that means a lot of fertilizer; for animals, that means a lot of waste. For the lakes Continue reading Will recycling phosphorus help stop algae blooms?
We send you the warmest welcome to our 3rd AOAIS (Asia-Oceania Algae Innovation Summit) that will be held on November 17-20, 2014 at ICC Hotel, Daejeon, Korea. Continue reading 3rd Asia-Oceania Algae Innovation Summit
[EU] Vítor is a 48 years old Portuguese manager, living in Porto and with a academic background in Physics and experience of managing Continue reading Interview President EABA, Vítor Verdelho
The Council of Agriculture’s Forestry Bureau said it is committed to facilitating cooperation between central and local authorities to protect algal reefs as it on Monday publicized the results of joint preservation efforts to protect algal reefs in Taoyuan County that cover a 27 km Continue reading Reef preservation efforts bearing fruit, bureau says
Blue-green algae, which could be toxic, has been found in the waters of Dalhousie Lake as well as Mississippi Lake, according to an aquatic biologist for the area’s conservation authority.
Blue-green algae, also known as Cyanobacteria, produce toxic compounds as they break down, which can be harmful and – at high levels and long exposures – potentially Continue reading Blue-green algae found in more area waterways of Dalhousie Lake and Mississippi Lake