Over the last 10 years or so, the finger of blame for darkening the surface of snow has largely been pointed at soot from the combustion of fossil fuels, according to Lori Ziolkowski of the University of South Carolina, US. ButZiolkowski (or Z, for Continue reading Darkening snow: is soot off the hook? The culprit may be algae
Producing faster and more efficient marine toxicity testing for the academic and monitoring agencies that control the closures of fishing grounds is the goal for local biotech company Seatox Research Inc. Continue reading Seatox developing rapid marine neurotoxin test
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House of Representatives on Tuesday signed off on legislation that would authorize the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative for five years.
Advocates said the bill’s passage would Continue reading House passes bill to authorize Great Lakes cleanup programs
Due to the different environmental conditions on the planet, the harvesting of microalgae is not currently a totally efficient solution for the capture of CO2emissions and greenhouse effect gases, due to the fact that an optimised photobioreactor for its application at Continue reading GAIKER-IK4: Microalgae Against CO2