Allma Microalgae has unveiled a prototype concentrated “liquid Chlorella” that offers the natural nutritional power of Chlorella vulgaris in a format that’s easy for food and beverage manufacturers to use. Continue reading Allma reinvents Chlorella with ‘next generation’ liquid extract
Although removal of nutrients from wastewater by algae is well established in India, Phycospectrum Environmental Research Centre (PERC) claims to be the first organization in India to take microalgal technology successfully to other industries. Continue reading Phycospectrum Environmental Research Centre takes algal wastewater remediation to next level
CLEMSON – Meet the culprits that can make the region’s drinking water taste and smell foul.
In this vial, blue-green algae. In another, diatoms, the brownish algae.
They come from Lake Hartwell, and they Continue reading In the lab: Region’s water under the microscope
Bacteria levels violating state water quality standards at Kent Park Lake have landed the popular Johnson County recreation area on the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ latest list of impaired waters. The federally required list, which was in draft form when posted Continue reading Bacteria, algae, polluting more waterways in Iowa