A leading carbon recycling company has developed a way to turn CO2 emissions into essential omega-3 fatty acids – offering a sustainable alternative to feeding the world’s demand for fish oil. Continue reading Kiwis turn CO2 into good fish oil
The Ohio EPA has awards three grants to purchase cyanobacteria testing equipment for drinking water plants. Cyanotoxins can form during harmful algal blooms on bodies of water, such as reservoirs and lakes. Because the Continue reading Ohio EPA Awards State’s First Grants for Cyanobacteria Testing Equipment
Biotechnology firm Solazyme has revealed that it is mulling plans for its first European production plant, as it seeks to expand its portfolio of algae-based oils.
The US-based company, which first rose Continue reading Solazyme hints at plans for European algae oil plant
Have you ever looked at a mound of brown-green, slimy seaweed and thought, gee – I wonder what it’s like to sit in a tub filled with that stuff Probably not. Few people do.
[USA] When I peeled back the foil on my in flight meal somewhere over the Pacific between Tokyo and Honolulu, I was not thrilled to Continue reading Are seaweed snacks the future as the tide turns on meat consumption?
An ultrasonic “algal buster” is to be installed in a reservoir in Wiltshire in a bid to reduce the level of algae. The new device is being floated on Wilton Water near Marlborough by the Canal & River Trust, to tackle what it describes as a Continue reading ‘Algal buster’ to be installed in Wiltshire reservoir
[USA] Located in the desert city of Phoenix, Arizona, NanoVoltaics, Inc. (NVI) is one of the first companies in the United States specializing in the field of photobioreactor design and construction of algae cultivation systems. Continue reading Interview session with Henk de Waard, CEO of NanoVoltaics, Inc.