Algae grown on pig slurry could be turned into a source of food for the animals, if a West Australian research project is successful.
Murdoch University researchers are working on the project, which has Continue reading Algae grown on pig slurry could turned into food source for animals
Algae.Tec (ASX:AEB) has dispatched the first algae photobioreactor to Jamnagar province in India as part of its contract with India’s largest private company Reliance Industries (BSE:500325, NSE:RELIANCE). Continue reading Algae.Tec dispatches first algae photobioreactor for Reliance Industries
Shell Key off Tierra Verde is a nature preserve, bird sanctuary, and manatee feeding area. But over time sand from nearby beach renourishment has shifted and sealed the channel, and that could mean environmental trouble.
A close look at the situation reveals the Continue reading Shell Key could be in environmental stress
Though sensors were out over the winter collecting data around Lake George, the Jefferson Project (named for the third president’s famous quote on the lake) is really kicking into high gear. Believe it or not, they’re already halfway through the three year project. We have an update Continue reading Studying the Lake George food web
[USA] With global oil prices continuing to slide, the algae biofuel field has been looking a little gloomy of late. However, algae Continue reading Tina Casey: Shape-shifting glass tubes give algae biofuel a second life