Slippery, slimy and seriously sordid, algae definitely doesn’t fall into the category of desirable water plants. Yet from space, water bodies overrun with eukaryotic organisms give off an almost ethereal aesthetic. With their soft colours and swirling patterns, algal Continue reading Why is NASA Launching a $3.6 Million Project to Monitor Algae?
MUSKEGO, Wis. (AP) – Community members and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources are fighting back against an invasive algae found last year in a Waukesha County lake.
The type of algae called starry Continue reading Divers to try removing invasive algae from Wisconsin lake
Solazyme has announced results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015. “We are executing against our operating plan for 2015 and are pleased with the progress we are seeing across the company and in our manufacturing and commercialization efforts specifically,” said Jonathan Continue reading Solazyme reports Q1 2015 results
Scientists at the University of Chicago, Harvard University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have described the surprising discovery and function of a new DNA modification in insects, worms and algae.
Common DNA modifications occur Continue reading Discovery of a new form of DNA modification in insects, worms and algae
We are happy to inform you that the forthcoming V International Rhodolith Workshop, will be celebrated between Monday 27 to Friday 31 of July 2015, in San José, COSTA RICA, Central America. The event will take place in Continue reading V International Rhodolith Workshop