[Global] The humble seaweed may best be known for its ability to encase morsels of sticky rice and raw fish (not to mention spa-goers) but this plant-like organism has slowly worked its way into an Continue reading From ice cream to toothpaste: Seaweed’s hidden uses
LEIPZIG, Germany, Oct. 28, 2014 — Blue and red light-sensing photoreceptors can be used to control the carbon flow in diatoms, a major group of algae that generates about one-fourth of the Earth’s oxygen and perform around a quarter of global CO2 Continue reading Algae Carbon Flow Controlled by Changing Light Colors
[Chile] Animal nutrition producer and algae farmer Alltech is looking for partners to provide a fish oil alternative that would meet Continue reading Alltech seeks partners to produce algae oil on large scale
Researchers in Puerto Rico see a promising future for algae-based biofuel, though economic and regulatory questions remain.
Sugarcane plantations used to dominate Continue reading Can Algae Make the Big Time in Renewable Energy?