A group of foreign scientists made a gruesome discovery along Chile’s southern coast on the Gulf of Penas on April 21. Over two dozen dead sei whales, averaging 33 feet in length, had washed up along the beach. Continue reading Scientists suspect algal toxin killed over 20 endangered sei whales along Chilean coast
Hardy bacteria and algae could help tame the brutal Martian landscape – allowing humans someday to live on the Red Planet, scientists say. In an Indiana lab, a chamber that mimics the temperature fluctuations, solar radiation and atmospheric pressure of Mars is Continue reading Oxygen on Mars? NASA Plans to Start Bacteria and Algae Gardens
Hannah Pearson works in a small, windowless room that resembles a super-villain’s secret lab. Rows of cylindrical tanks, each about 7 feet tall, contain brightly colored liquids in green, yellow, and orange. If it was a Hollywood set, the next mutant nemesis of Iron Continue reading Duxbury hatchery aims for harvest of 6 million oysters
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., recently introduced legislation that aims to prioritize research and development of carbon utilization technologies under the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy program. Continue reading Manchin bill aims to add carbon utilization to DOE R&D priorities
The 9/11 Memorial in New York was evacuated on Sunday afternoon after visitors reported breathing noxious fumes.
CBS News reported that the fumes Continue reading 9/11 Memorial Evacuated Over Noxious Fumes Created by Algae Treatment
Pollutants feeding the toxic algae blooms that have been turning parts of western Lake Erie green and contaminating drinking water in recent summers aren’t just coming from Ohio. Continue reading Lake Erie algae not just from Ohio