To the average observer, algae may look like a slimy mess. But in the green-tech world, they’re versatile workhorses that can be converted to biofuels, air purifiers and electricity. Continue reading Algae: The New Antibiotic?
The island of Helgoland has a long tradition of marine research. The First marine Station was established in 1892 with the current building dating back to 1959. Indeed the first Marine Biology Continue reading 50th European Marine Biology Symposium on Helgoland
UNITY, Maine (AP) — A Unity College biologist is hosting an event about the effects of harvesting rockweed for commercial uses.
Unity assistant professor of biology Aimee Phillippi will speak about the Continue reading Maine college event examines rockweed removal
Climate-friendly, low-carbon renewable energy used in the U.S. isn’t just wind and solar. Renewable or “green” diesel fuel made mostly of plant oils, algae or animal fat is considered to be in that category, too.
But after briefly being a hit in the U.S., Continue reading ‘Green’ Diesel Fuel Use Plummets in U.S.
Sophia Sánchez-Maes just turned 17, but you’d never guess it by looking at her résumé. The Mayfield senior has already racked up more than 90 credit hours at New Mexico State University, discussed her research on the future of algae as a biofuel with President Continue reading Sophia Sánchez-Maes: Pioneering work on algae as energy source