Dropping in green food coloring (with a dash of propylene glycol and parabens) won’t do your beer—or your health—any favors. But if you insist on drinking green beer this St. Patrick’s Day, consider these five natural—and truly peculiar—ways to enjoy a shamrock-shaded beer. Continue reading 5 Peculiar Ways to Turn Your Beer Green
Seaweed has undergone a rebrand — it’s now called sea vegetables, and food-trend analysts say we’re all going to be eating it this year.
High in nutrients and low in fat, sea vegetables (not including the Chinese takeaway stalwart, which is actually shredded cabbage) include nori, which we’re used to seeing as a wrapper for Continue reading Seaweed demand sees Chilean company target Europe with development agreement
SAN DIEGO and KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii, March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Cellana, Inc. announced today that David Anton, Ph.D., was appointed as chief operating officer and elected to the board of directors of the company. In the COO position, Dr. Anton will lead the transition of Cellana’s paradigm-shifting Continue reading Cellana Appoints David Anton as Chief Operating Officer and Board Director
Microalgae are of great interest for various applications such as exploitation of solar energy, conversion of CO2, production of metabolites. Since they are sensitive to a range of contaminants, they also can be used as biosensors. As microalgae are very small, the harvesting of cells for such Continue reading Printing with Algae