[Belgium] Algae are seen as a possible alternative to greenhouse production, but is that so? In Nevele, Belgium, Tomalgae is growing algae in a former tomato greenhouse, using the already established environment of commercial greenhouses to help grow their crops. Continue reading Tomalgae produces algae concentrate in former tomato greenhouse
Search for mysterious Victorian woman who collected seaweed and left vivid collection in Scarborough vaults.
“There were a number of great women collectors in the Victorian era,” points Continue reading Search is on for great Victorian female seaweed collector who left specimens in Scarborough
A huge marine algae community up to 7.4 meters tall was found in coral reefs in the reclamation area of Oura Bay in Nago. The U.S. and Japanese governments plan to build a new base in the area to replace U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma.
A diving team consisting of doctoral Continue reading Huge marine algae community in Oura Bay, Japan
[Malaysia] The State government supports Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) through its Seaweed Research Unit (UPRL) in the Continue reading Malaysia’s Govt supports research and development of seaweed
Stanford, CA–Photosynthesis is probably the most well-known aspect of plant biochemistry. It enables plants, algae, and select bacteria to transform the energy from sunlight during the daytime into chemicalenergy in the form of sugars and starches (as well as oils and proteins), and it involves taking in carbon dioxide from the air and releasing oxygen derived from water molecules. Continue reading Biochemistry detective work: Algae at night