Taking to Food Navigator at Food Matters Live 2014 in London, Dr Craig Rose from Seaweed Health Foundation, said: “There has been
a lot of interesting discussion on this. Seaweed ticks so many boxes the market is crying out for, yet why hasn’t Continue reading Can seaweed become the ultimate salt replacer – and why hasn’t it yet?
In October 2014 an unusual AlgaePARC research paper entitled Design and construction of the microalgal pilot facility AlgaePARC was published in the Journal of Algal Research. In the paper the authors describe in detail how to build and run a pilot plant, specifically Continue reading Wageningen University & Research Centre tells you how to build an algae pilot plant
[USA] Coral reefs are an important ecosystem for marine plants, fish and other organisms. Despite making up less than one percent of the Continue reading University marine science senior studies DNA of coral and algae
Columbus is prepared to spend as much as $1 million to treat the region’s water supply this winter if algae blooms again cause smelly or bad-tasting water.
Thousands of Columbus residents and visitors have complained around this Continue reading Columbus earmarks $1 million to fight smelly water
MARA Seaweed of Edinburgh has won the Sustained Partnership of the Year award in the Interface Excellence Awards 2014, which mark successful collaborations between businesses and Scottish universities and research institutions. Continue reading Edinburgh Seaweed Company Rewarded for Innovation