This is a project of the ECOWAL research group from the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville. They use different types of algae to avoid the use of highly contaminant products in conventional paper production. The seaweed paper has similar quality and Continue reading Paper made out of algae cellulose, a sustainable alternative to conventional industry
The Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) submitted comments to the House Oversight and Government Reform Subcommittee on Energy yesterday calling on Congress to ensure that the Renewable Fuel Continue reading ABO Calls for Robust Renewable Fuel Standard
Hayward, CA-based Aurora Algae Inc. has announced the appointment of Paul Angelico as President and CEO, effective December 1, 2014. “I am pleased to announce the return of Paul Angelico to Aurora Algae after previously serving as Chief Operating Continue reading Paul Angelico returns to Aurora Algae as President/CEO
The end of November saw areas of inshore waters across Hong Kong and east Shenzhen turn improbably colourful due to extensive red tides. Nighttime scenes were even more arresting, as seawater stirred by ferries flashed blue-green with luminescence. Continue reading Hong Kong’s algal blooms – red alerts from nature
Monitoring starts for blue-green algae in Bay of Plenty lakes and rivers
As the summer temperatures begin to warm up our favourite swimming spots, monitoring has begun to help ensure safe recreational water use for all.
Monitoring has started across the Bay of Plenty for signs of the potentially toxic algal Continue reading Monitoring starts for blue-green algae in Bay of Plenty
[UK] Could pond scum be the superfuel of the future? Researchers at Swansea University believe the slimy substance could one day Continue reading Researchers believe the slimy substance could one day power cars