In late September Cleco and UL Lafayette showed off the Cleco Alternative Energy Center, where researchers explore ways to generate power by using renewable resources. Continue reading Cleco Alternative Energy Center takes off
There aren’t too many 19-year-olds who can call themselves CEO of a robotics company.
But Laurentian University student Colin Roos of Sudbury now holds that title – Continue reading Wiz kids’ robotics company sets sights on blue-green algae
BURLINGTON, Vt. — The head of the Environmental Protection Agency used Lake Champlain as a backdrop Friday to call for continued efforts to clean up waterways across the United States that she said are critical to the future of the country. Continue reading EPA chief says Lake Champlain cleanup critical
New research has finally revealed how parasites from cat poop are killing sea otters. The discovery not only may benefit the endangered marine mammals; it could also help humans.
Scientists have known for several years Continue reading Cat Poop, Seaweed, and Snails Prove a Deadly Combination for Sea Otters
NEW YORK — Vestaron makes an eco-friendly pesticide derived from spider venom. Bagaveev uses 3-D printers to make rocket engines for nanosatellites. Transatomic Power is developing a next-generation reactor that runs on nuclear waste. Continue reading Venture capital takes new look at science
The state of R&D so far. 4 NAABB advances have brought the cost of algae biocrude oil down to $7.50 per gallon.
3 roadblocks remain between today’s cost and $3.00.
In our two-part series, we look first at the breakthroughs that have radically changed the costs and outlook. In Part II Continue reading Jim Lane: Where are we with algae biofuels?
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) – Rhode Island officials say a blue-green algae bloom has been found in a Cranston pond and the water should be avoided.
The Rhode Island departments of Health and environmental management said Thursday people should avoid Continue reading Algae bloom detected in Cranston pond