Ballybunion Seaweed Festival, June 6th, aims to make the Mouth of the Shannon a prime destination on the Wild Atlantic Way, celebrating both the wonders of seaweed and the rich shared history between Loop Head and the North Kerry coastal villages. The folk from Co Continue reading Ballybunion Seaweed Festival
What’s slimy, a bit smelly, and all the rage in fashionable kitchens? Seaweed. Touted as “the new kale”, it’s popping up everywhere, from restaurant menus – with crab, cucumber and dill at Kitty Fisher’s; hake and pak choi at Grain Continue reading The unstoppable rise of seaweed in the supermarkets
WASHINGTON, DC — The EPA recently issued a health advisory that states and utilities can use to protect Americans from elevated levels of algal toxins in drinking water.
Senator Sherrod Brown and Senator Rob Portman of Ohio have spent the past Continue reading EPA Issues Nationwide Guidelines On Safe Algae Toxin Levels In Drinking Water
A SPATIAL model developed in WA to identify suitable locations for farming microalgae can be applied internationally and adapted to locate other renewable technology infrastructures, according to developers. Continue reading Marriage of maths and microalgae a good export