Putting an algae farm on top of a busy highway might sound bizarre, but this thriving farm in Switzerland is actively filtering pollution from the air.
Plant-like microorganisms called algae are pretty interesting little creatures – Continue reading This algae farm eats highway pollution
Conventional wisdom says western Lake Erie’s toxic algae is supported by commercial farm runoff, animal manure, sewage spills, faulty septic tanks, and other major sources of nutrients responsible for putting much of the excessive phosphorus and nitrogen in the water. Continue reading Invasive species compound toxic algae risk
IMPERIAL, Texas—Qualitas Health finalized an exclusive distribution agreement with Lipa Pharmaceuticals for its Almega PL omega-3 ingredient for sale to the dietary supplement industry in Australia and New Zealand. Continue reading Qualitas Enters Distribution Agreement With Lipa Pharmaceuticals
CLEVELAND, OHIO – An aggressive partnership is needed to battle the harmful algal blooms, or HABs, that have plagued Lake Erie in recent years and are a growing problem on Ohio’s inland waters, said Executive Director Continue reading Partnerships critical in battle to stop toxic sliming of Lake Erie
The Monday Dispatch article “Buckeye algae woes” addressed continuing problems with toxic blue-green algae at Buckeye Lake. It mentioned warning signs that have been in place at some or all of the three beaches since June. Continue reading Planning, action saved lake from algae
Imagine a coral reef and you probably picture colourful creatures living amongst rocky, plant-like structures in warm, shallow water. Not all corals are found in tropical environments, however.
Cold-water corals inhabit the ocean’s Continue reading Deep-Sea Corals Get Friendly To Build Reefs
[USA] Lansing, Michigan-based Phenometrics, Inc., maker of the PBR101 photobioreactor for optimization of products derived from algae, has completed another phase of global Continue reading Phenometrics announces international expansion
It’s a sad day for the Algae Biomass Organization and many people in the industry as we learn that Mary Rosenthal, ABO’s first executive director, passed away on Saturday after a battle with cancer.
Mary took the reins at ABO during a time – 2009 — when she wasn’t sure if there would even be enough funding for long Continue reading In Memoriam: Mary Rosenthal, the ABO’s First Executive Director