BOWLING GREEN — With the help of federal grant money, Bowling Green State University is holding a two-day symposium in April that will shed some light on how algae is becoming a greater problem worldwide as the Earth’s climate warms, its population increases, and land-use pressures intensify. Continue reading Algae seminar aims to expand global attention
People are being urged to avoid contact with a section of the Werribee River due to the detection of harmful blue-green algae.
Testing has confirmed the presence of Continue reading Melbourne Water advising people to avoid contact with Werribee River after blue-green algae detected
Developing renewable fuel from wet algae is one of the latest innovations Richland, Washington-based Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has successfully driven to the market with the help of commercial partners. As a result, the Federal Laboratory Consortium has honored the Department Continue reading PNNL awarded for algal biofuel innovation
President Obama’s fiscal year (FY) 2016 budget request, proposing funding levels for the U.S. Department of Energy, has been released and includes $246 million for the Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO). This budget would be a $21 Continue reading Budget request would increase BETO by $21M
Cleveland, Ohio-based Algisys, a biotech company producing omega-3 fatty acids from micro-algae for heart and joint health, has announced raising over $6M for the commercial scale up of its algal technology. Continue reading AlgiSys scaling up for commercial algal omega-3