Seraphina Erhart and her dad, Shep Erhart, co-founder of Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, in front of their facility in Franklin. The company was expected to move to a larger headquarters and production site in Hancock this month. Continue reading MTI gives $50,000 to boost Maine algal industry
Another summer, another way to clean up Madison’s lakes — or at least keep them from getting dirtier.
This time it’s a vacuum that sucks up lake water and sends it back without the Continue reading Chris Rickert: Clean lakes or delicious dairy — a choice no Madisonian wants to make
[UK, EU] A partnership project, showing how Tata Steel and Swansea University are developing technology to manage carbon dioxide Continue reading Tata Steel and Swansea University carbon dioxide project shown at Hay Festival
Plankton are the sea stuff that we do not eat and cannot see. They are, by definition, not swimmers but drifters; any creature that cannot propel itself against the current is a plankter (that’s the singular). Their tiny cosmos contains multitudes—an estimated million and a half species, including plants and animals, bacteria and viruses, fish larvae and microalgae, predators, parasites, and prey. Continue reading Photo Gallery: The Drifting World
MADISON — When it comes to cleaning up algae, raking doesn’t work. The paint-like green goop slips through the tines. It leaves the big question facing Madison beaches — how to make the water less disgusting and dangerous when algae is carried onto the beaches by prevailing winds and currents — lacking reliable Continue reading Students create system to slurp, remove algae from lakes
The Cold War spurred America to create the Apollo program and commit to putting a man on the moon. The program brought together leading scientists and engineers, who worked diligently to achieve this aim. Leading academics are now calling for the same level of Continue reading Experts Call For Apollo-Like Commitment To Tackle Climate Change
The Seaweed International Business Forum and Exhibition V will be held on September 28 – 30, 2015 at Yogyakarta. This Event is Hosted by Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries of the Republic of Indonesia, continuing the success of Seabfex – 4 in Mataram, Continue reading Seaweed International Business Forum and Exhibition V