Microbes in the ocean take up massive amounts of carbon dioxide, contributing to the global carbon cycle and affecting climate change. These microbes are abundant, diverse and critical to the health of ecosystems, but they are very Continue reading New techniques reveal how microbes shape the health and biodiversity of oceans
Changes to three lakes in the Andes mountains are warning signs of the impact of climate change on other parts of the world, researchers from Queen’s University said.
Biology professors Neal Michelutti and Continue reading Changes to algae in remote lakes warning signs of climate change: Queen’s researchers
Volcanic rocks, hashish, beard hair, oysters—we’re no longer surprised to find that there’s more to our beers than your regular malt, hops and yeast. But what if you could detox while actually drinking your beer? The next big wave in the healthy beer renaissance comes from the Dutch town of Delft: a beer that Continue reading What If You Could Detox from Drinking Chlorella Beer?
Hawaii island microalgae producer Cyanotech Corp. is putting its nutritional and health products in more mainland Costco stores this month after a test in San Diego helped the company generate record revenue. Continue reading Cyanotech sending more Hawaii microalgae to mainland Costcos
(Bloomberg) — Harmful algae off the coast of South Africa has killed more than 200 metric tons of West Coast Rock Lobster, according to the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Continue reading Harmful Algae Kills 200 Tons of Rock Lobsters Off South Africa
Algae. To some, that word might conjure unpleasant images of an algal bloom in a lake or an infestation inside their swimming pool. But to biologists and environmental scientists from FIU’s School of Environment, Arts and Society, diatoms – a major group of Continue reading Exploring Florida’s algae at the Frost Art Museum