Laver, or dried seaweed, is gaining popularity overseas. According to the Korea Customs Service on Tuesday, exports of processed laver rose 14 percent on-year to US$166.94 million between January and October. Prices also jumped 14 percent on-year to $18,117 per ton. Continue reading Dried Seaweed Gets Popular Overseas
Patients who suffer from severe heart attacks may find their source of future heart protection in lakes and ponds, new research suggests.
Clinical researchers at Stony Brook Continue reading Could algae help repair damage after heart attack?
An invasive algae spreading quickly through Michigan inland lakes has been found for the first time in Wisconsin — in Little Muskego Lake in Waukesha County.
The state Department of Natural Continue reading Invasive algae found for the first time in a Wisconsin lake
[China] So says Wu Lihong, the unofficial guardian of China’s Lake Tai, a polluted body of water in Jiansu province. Long stigmatized Continue reading China’s 3rd largest lake: ‘If you jumped into this water, you’d shed a layer of skin’
A multipurpose vaginal ring has shown promise in protecting against HIV, genital herpes, human papillomavirus (HPV) and pregnancy in a primate study, HIVandHepatitis.com reports. Continue reading Vaginal Ring With Seaweed Derivative May Protect Against HIV, Herpes, HPV and Pregnancy
Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks and being grateful for the loved ones in your life. Algae World News does not want to be excluded in this meaningful Continue reading Algae World News wishes our readers a Happy Thanksgiving Day