To keep the world’s coral reefs alive we may have to cool tropical seas by blocking the sun’s rays above them, writes Tim Radford. Even if the world reduces carbon emissions, warming already ‘in the pipeline’ could kill 90% of the world’s coral by 2050 unless we act. Continue reading Our tropical reefs will die, scientists warn
Mara Seaweed, the Scottish winner of BQ’s Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year, has launched a crowd funding campaign as the company looks to break into new markets.
Entrepreneur Fiona Houston is looking to Continue reading Mara Seaweed launches crowdfunding campaign
[Netherlands] We are looking for a tenure track associate professor to lead the research line in algal biotechnology. The algal Continue reading Vacancy: Associate professor in the field of algal biotechnology – Tenure Track
A fish kill of major proportions is underway in the Peconic Estuary and as marine researchers are sampling the water for further study, town officials are working to prevent it from becoming a public health hazard.
Tens of thousands of fish in the bays, Continue reading Marine research scientist: ‘Mahogany tide’ algal bloom caused fish kill in Peconic Estuary
Tasmanian researchers believe they are one step closer to creating all the benefits of a fish-derived dietary supplement, without the fish.
Dr Susan Blackburn is involved in the National Algae Culture Collection and Continue reading Scientists brew omega-3 supplement without fish