[Korea] A Korea research team has successfully explained that microalgae in rivers, lakes, and in the sea is very effective in eliminating radioactive materials. Continue reading Korean research team develops method to remove radioactive materials with microalgae
ACI’s 5th annual European Algae Biomass Conference will once again bring together senior executives from industry and academia to discuss the Continue reading ACI’s 5th annual European Algae Biomass Conference
BRIGG chocolatier Fiona Sciolti is hoping to make a splash with a range of sea-inspired treats – including a seaweed chocolate.
With this week being National Chocolate Week, Fiona gave us a sneak peak at how she makes her luxury chocolates. Continue reading Seaweed in chocolate? Ask chocolatier Fiona Sciolti who has launched new luxury range
It has often been used as a farmland fertilizer, and in some communities it is eaten as a vegetable, but now researchers believe that seaweed could power our cars and heat our homes too. Continue reading Can Algae Power the World?
Understanding the biodiversity of bacteria associated with marine algae that contribute to marine ecosystem health is the focus of a study led by three University of Maine researchers. Continue reading UMaine News: Marine Ecosystem Health
Iran-based Qeshm Microalgae Biorefinery Co. (QMAB) has launched a biofuel being marketed as BAYA®, produced from a species of Nannochloropsis (strain 6016) isolated from the Persian Gulf, and employing QMAB’s unique process of scaled up cultivation and biofuel production.
The Qeshm Microalgae Biorefinery is Continue reading Iran-based company produces biofuel from microalgal Nannochloropsis
Pond scum, more politely known as algae, is turning out to not only be profitable but environmentally friendly. Algae from catfish ponds is being used to produce plastic products without the Continue reading Solaplast plant produces plastics from algae