Merrick & Company has signed with Genifuel Corporation to provide the design and commissioning of the hydrothermal processing pilot system for Reliance Industries. The system will Continue reading Merrick Signs with Genifuel for Reliance Industries Hydrothermal Processing Pilot System
If you’ve ever been to the ocean, you’ve seen limpets: conical shells that seem glued to rocks and piers, almost impossible to pry loose. This is because they have a strong, muscular foot that can adhere to irregularities in the rock’s surface. Combined with an adhesive Continue reading Limpet teeth, the world’s new strongest natural material, for scraping off algae, keeping them from washing away
[South Africa] South Africa’s West Coast is now free of red tide, said the Department of Environmental affairs. Continue reading South Africa West Coast Now Red Tide Free
Although algae production costs have been coming down, it still remains too expensive for widespread use a feed ingredient for the aquaculture industry, said David Hazlebeck, CEO of Global Algae Innovations.
Algae production costs are currently 10 Continue reading Aquaculture America blog: Algae production remains too expensive for aquaculture feed use
[Australia] Corals may be better equipped to tolerate climate change than previously believed, according to research led by Griffith Continue reading Research indicating Caribbean corals may be better equipped to tolerate climate change
Modesto may have found an environmentally friendly way to capitalize on the adage that one person’s trash is another’s treasure.
The city could sell the algae that grows in its roughly 1,000 acres of sewer Continue reading Modesto considers turning pond scum into cash
With global consumer spending on Omega 3 products expected to reach $34.7 billion in 2016*, our appetite for good fats and their benefits is only gaining momentum.
Yet, such demand also puts strain on our oceans and ecology, prompting conscious consumers and supplement Continue reading Is There a Smarter Way to Boost Brain Health?
For hydrology professor Jun Xu of Louisiana State University, the issues plaguing University Lake — like shallow depth, pollutant accumulation and excess sediment and nutrients — could be water under the gate.
Xu and his graduate students study the quality of several major Louisiana bodies of water, including University Lake, the Continue reading University professor researches water quality of University Lake
In the last several years, national stories about the impacts of blue-green algae on water quality have made their way into the news. For example, you may remember the harmful bloom in Continue reading Eco Talk: Making the most out of algal blooms
Algae is not the loveliest-looking foodstuff on earth, but this funky-looking pond scum is beneficial for our health and wellbeing.
Edible seaweed has been used for centuries in Asia in the form of nori that wraps sushi rolls, and wakame, added to miso soup. Seaweed can also be found closer to home in Welsh laverbread, or dulse in Ireland, and The Cornish Seaweed Continue reading Nutrition Notes: How to get more sea greens in