Already having a distinction of the first Indian state to implement the Climate Change Action Plan, Odisha has now added another feather to its cap as the first state to pilot carbon sequestration through micro-algae technology Continue reading Carbon sequestration through micro-algae technology in Odisha
The Fountain City lake, also known as the duck pond, is disgusting again. Algae, dead fish and lots of complaints after the issue was addressed last year.
If you’ve driven by the duck pond, you Continue reading Fountain City duck pond disgusting again
Carbon dioxide levels are rising. Air quality is getting worse. Whole species are disappearing forever. Some environmentalists say we are on our way to our own extinction. Is there a solution that will save humanity? Could our salvation be pond scum? Continue reading Can Pond Scum Save the World?
Jason Kelly was in Manhattan Thursday to meet with a prospective customer in the perfume business. Kelly, a founder of Boston-based Ginkgo Bioworks , sells custom-crafted organisms — mostly yeast, bacteria, and algae — and one of the jobs they can do is make synthetic Continue reading Manufacturing’s cutting edge — custom organisms
This dark and smokey ale has been brewed with a generous helping of real ORGANIC SUGAR KELP (Saccharina latissima) cultivated off the shores near St. George, New Brunswick, by way of Dr. Thierry Chopin of the University of New Brunswick in Saint John. The kelp is heavily blanketed by a strong malt backbone of roasted and smoked malts, and balanced out by a gentle hopping of Fuggles and Goldings hops. At 22 IBUs, and Continue reading “KELP ON THE WAY”, our newest beer experiment, has landed!