In the fight to protect drinking water from the effects of blue-green algae, one water utility in Ohio is attempting to learn from the zebra mussel.
The utility is sponsoring a University of Akron biomimicry fellow to study how Continue reading New Approach To Toxic Algae Detection Mimics The Zebra Mussel
TODAY reports: A commissioned laboratory test suggests Gymnodinium mikimotoi – a species of algae that is not known to cause any effect to humans – is behind the deaths. Continue reading Mass fish deaths: Lab test sheds further light on algal bloom
If the four students behind “Cramen” had it their way, everyone would top their dishes with crickets.
Cramen — a portmanteau of cricket and ramen — is a food startup that UT students Michael Chang, Gary Hsu, Vik Continue reading UT student start-up “Cramen” creates spice packets using crickets and algae
A NIWA scientist undertaking doctoral biological research at the University of Canterbury has been exploring how carbon dioxide can improve the quality of wastewater.
Water quality in New Zealand Continue reading Carbon dioxide addition can improve quality of wastewater