A common algae commercially grown to make fish food holds promise as a source for both biodiesel and jet fuel, according to a new study published in the journal Energy & Fuels.
The researchers, led by Greg O’Neil of Western Washington University and Continue reading Researchers produce two bio-fuels from a single algae
The fourth edition of Seagriculture will be held in Normandy, France. After 3 editions in the Netherlands, the conference will go abroad and has found a good location in Cherbourg where site visits can be included. Good connection from UK and by train from Paris. Continue reading Seagriculture IV – Normandy
For those nights when you get home hungry, stressed, and impatient, Hangry is here to help. Each week, Kendra Vaculin will share quick, exciting meals to rescue anyone who might be anxiously eyeing a box of minute rice. Continue reading Kendra Vaculin: Making Seaweed Salad at Home Is Easier Than You Think
For almost a decade Plasan Sasa had been one of Israel’s most successful companies and a standout of the country’s kibbutz industries. The company made custom-made armor for vehicles used by United States forces in Continue reading Revolutionizing Omega-3: When a Galilee kibbutz met Startup Nation