[China] Fat choy (Nostoc flagelliforme), also known as fat choy, fa cai, black moss, hair moss or hair weed is a terrestrial cyanobacterium (a type of photosynthetic bacteria) that is used as a vegetable in Chinese cuisine. When dried, the product has the appearance of black hair. For that reason, its name in Continue reading “Fat Choy”, aka Nostoc Flagelliforme, delicacy during Chinese New Year celebration
[UK] The University of Cambridge is hosting a symposium showcasing new research on microalgae coming from the UK and Continue reading Algae Around the World Symposium
Two artificial reefs have been lowered onto the floor of Tasmania’s Derwent River Estuary as part of a research project that will look at the future of farming lobster. In recent years, there has been a significant rise in demand for the Main lobster tail. More high-end restaurants have begun to stock this delicacy and lobster delivery businesses have merged.
The reefs will create habitat for not only Continue reading Artificial reef deployed in Hobart’s Derwent Estuary to test the viability of farming lobster
BlueOcean NutraSciences Inc. (“BlueOcean”) (TSX VENTURE:BOC) is pleased to announce the signing of a Joint Venture Agreement (“JV”) with CMAX Technologies Inc (“CMAX”). The JV (2453969 Ontario Inc.), combines BlueOcean’s omega-3/astaxanthin oil Continue reading BlueOcean and CMAX Sign Joint Venture Agreement