KAILUA KONA, HAWAII — David L. Vied of Los Angeles, CA has been elected as a Director by the Board of Directors of Cyanotech Corporation (Nasdaq Capital Market: CYAN). Mr. Vied was determined under Nasdaq Continue reading Cyanotech Names David L. Vied as a Director
A diving enthusiast stumbled upon an ancient forest nestled under the North Sea while diving along the Norfolk coast. Experts say it may have stretched as far as Europe in its heyday, and has been hidden since the Ice Age. Continue reading Ancient underwater forest discovered by diver off Norfolk coast
The ascent of multi-celled life or multicellularity is a major evolutionary transition. Multicellularity evolved independently at least 25 times among eukaryotes, and complex multicellularity (characterized by intercellular communication and tissue differentiation controlled by regulatory gene networks) occurs in a handful of eukaryotic groups including animals. Continue reading Chinese and American scientists review early evolution of eukaryotic multicellularity
Have you noticed the large patches of soapy foam on the Neuse recently, or the long brown streaks snaking across the water on calm days? This isn’t pollution, it’s an algae bloom known as the mahogany tide.
The term algae bloom is all too often Continue reading Travis Graves: Mahogany tide
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has received criticism for an underwhelming rollout of reforms intended to spur business, but today he put his commitment to the startup community front and center.
At the first annual Japan Venture Continue reading Japanese PM Abe selects his favorite startup, awards Euglena
Toxic algae has been plaguing Lake Erie—why, and what can we do to stop it? Perspectives abound, especially when it comes to whether or not measures to prevent it should be voluntary or prescribed by law. In this month’s “Green Room” show Barbara Lucas explores this simple organism and the Continue reading The Green Room: Toxic Algae Is An ‘All Of Us’ Issue