Spirulina makes for a surprisingly chic interior decoration-that is, if you have an eye for aesthetic algae-like designers Jacob Douenias and Ethan Frier. You’re probably more interested in getting a rug with these special deals from the Bazaar Velvet company or something similar for your interior decoration, it really depends on what your tastes are drawn to, just because someone you know has the ‘latest thing’ doesn’t mean you have to jump on the bandwagon, so from rugs to mural wallpaper, it is all down to you. However, you clicked on this article so hopefully, you might be just a little bit interested in Spirulina. In Livings Things, installed at the Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art in Pittsburgh, the recent Carnegie-Mellon Continue reading Is Spirulina Furniture the Future of Interior Decor?
A facility for the production of Spirulina through processing algal biomass is being built near Bulgaria’s southern city of Pazardzhik.
In 3-4 months the company is to start producing the dietary supplement made Continue reading Bulgarian Spirulina Farm to Start Functioning in 3-4 Months
A reactor at the Hunterston B nuclear power station in Ayrshire has been taken offline due to high levels of seaweed in the waters around the plant.
The plant relies on water taken from the Continue reading Hunterston nuclear reactor offline due to seaweed level
WASHINGTON — The same technology that allows you to consult your phone to figure out when a big storm is moving in could soon help you decide the best places to fish and swim.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is using satellite technology for an app it’s developing that’s aimed at helping both water-quality managers Continue reading App will show level of algae in water
University of Delaware’s Daniel “Tye” Pettay reports new evidence that Symbiodinium trenchii (S. trenchii), a stress-tolerant zooxanthellae alga found in coral communities across the Greater Caribbean, is actually an introduced species from the Indio-Pacific Ocean. Continue reading New evidence indicates that microalgae in Caribbean came from the Pacific; could do long-term damage
Sanjin Mehic’s parents left everything behind when they fled the genocide, mass rapes, and repeated shellings of war-torn Bosnia-Herzegovina for the quieter streets of San Jose, Calif.
His father, a businessman and economist, got a job painting cars in an auto body shop. His mother studied English and found work as an account manager in the biotech industry. Continue reading Undergrads experience the rewards of research