Biofuels are controversial because they are often produced from food crops or grown on farmland, writes Paul Brown, creating extra pressure on land and forests. But a common algae found in abundance around coastlines and clogging up beaches may be the answer. Continue reading Seaweed problem could provide biofuel solution
GALVA, Iowa | American Natural Processors, a Cherokee, Iowa-based company that specializes in organic and non-GMO specialty foods, recently expanded to Galva, Iowa.
The expansion, which consisted of purchasing and remodeling an existing Continue reading American Natural Processors expands to Galva
AUSTIN, Texas — From bacterial paintings to clothing that grows, the boundaries between art and science are getting ever more blurry.
More and more artists are harnessing living creatures to make political statements or illuminate the Continue reading New Art Uses Tiny Life Forms
As the demand for seaweed extracts increases around the world, Chilean company Gelymar enters into a commercial and development agreement with Eviagenics, focusing on developing natural and sustainable products and Continue reading Seaweed demand sees Chilean company target Europe with development agreement