Scarborough, Maine-based laboratory instrumentation manufacturer Fluid Imaging Technologies, has announce the Algae Technology Research Grant. Graduate students and senior undergraduates enrolled at a North American college or university who are Continue reading FIT offering Algae Technology Research Grant
Seaweed may be the root of the damaging algae bloom problem happening in some states, but scientists are realizing its untapped potential as a source of food and fuel for the future, new research describes. Continue reading Seaweed: Fuel and Food of the Future
Before the advent of modern neuroscience, the brain was viewed as an impenetrable box.
Given the rudimentary techniques available, it was impossible to Continue reading The Brain Wave: Studying brain mysteries with algae
LINDON — Lab results for samples collected by the Division of Water Quality at the Lindon Harbor Jetty show elevated levels of microsystin, a cyanotoxin often found in algal blooms. Continue reading Tests confirm presence of toxin in Utah Lake
IRELAND – Seaweed specialist and food writer Sally McKenna will be one of the key speakers at the Bord Iascaigh Mhara forthcoming conference ‘Farmed Irish Seaweed: An Ocean Wonder Food?’.
The conference takes place on 18 November with a post-conference interactive forum on 19 November at The Radisson Blu Hotel, Limerick, Ireland. Continue reading Food Writer Sally McKenna to Speak at Farmed Seaweed Conference