[USA] Revving up the genetic horsepower of algae to gush lipids for use as biofuel has propelled four Sheridan College students onto the national stage in Washington, D.C. Continue reading Genetically Modifying Algae into Lipid Megaproducers: Sheridan College Students Advance to National Foundation’s Innovation Challenge
Soon after the old menhaden boat hits the ocean floor a transition will take place as algae, barnacles and plants take hold of the structure and become habitat for the fish and marine life around it.
As the vessel becomes part of the Continue reading Late fisheries employee remembered with living memorial
Michigan State University Extension educators and specialists have recently received several calls from individuals concerned about strange growth on the branches or trunks of trees. In examining photos of the trees, the “problem” turned out to be lichens. This, as it turns out, is not a problem at all. Continue reading What are lichens and what are they doing on my tree?
For Marysville City Councilman Dale Whitmore, it has been something of a quest to remove the greenish tinge and the odors from Ellis Lake.
How to clean the grassy areas and sidewalks surrounding the city’s watery Continue reading Holy carp: Councilman says bottom-feeders may cause Ellis Lake’s woes