[Australia] Once again, your resident tellytraveller has turned his gaze to the Southern Hemisphere, this time with second series of Coast Australia. Episode 8 took us to New South Wales, and most spectacularly to Jervis Bay, a little under 200 km south of Sydney. Continue reading Australia, algae, and abalone
The NutraMara Conference & Expo 2015 will be held at the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland from 29th to 30th June 2015. This major forum will allow exchange of new ideas and business opportunities from marine bioresources for industry exploitation by the food sector.
The main theme of the event is Continue reading Harnessing Marine Bioresources for Innovations in the Food Industry
Tasmania is not exactly lacking in natural beauty, but sometimes it just seems to be showing off. Last week, four photographers were attempting to capture the Aurora Australis when they came across something even more rare, and arguably more spectacular. Continue reading Spectacular Photograph Captures Bioluminescent Plankton And Aurora At The Same Time
Producing sustainable biofuels with microalgae has gained widespread interest, with projections that these microscopic aquatic plants could contribute significantly to future oil production in the United States.
The projections assume the availability Continue reading Research into creating algal biofuels out of thin air
When warmer weather hits northern Ohio, algal blooms usually move to the forefront of discussions between lawmakers, local officials and residents.
But workers at the Ottawa Wildlife Refuge, whose goals are focused on Continue reading Ottawa Wildlife Refuge restores wetlands, lowers phosphorus levels
You might have heard of smart bugs – viruses that have mutated and become resistant to ordinary antibiotics. But there is another, less well-known microscopic substance that is dangerous to human health: “smart” dirt. Continue reading Red algae can defeat toxic ‘smart’ dirt