[China] A large swath of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, was discovered yesterday in Anhui province’s Chao Lake. Stretching out one kilometer to the center of the lake, the infestation appeared to have dyed the water bright green, not really the ideal condition for fishing. Continue reading Look: Algae bloom no deterrent for ambitious Anhui fishermen
Mara Seaweed has been awarded the prestigious Innovation Award from The Crown Estate’s Scottish Marine Aquaculture Awards.
The ceremony & dinner was hosted by Continue reading Mara Wins Scottish Aquaculture's Innovation Award
In 15 years’ time, there’s a chance some of the beef you consume will have been grown in a test tube. The cow never would have had a beating heart, nor a brain, nor would it have seen a paddock or a feedlot. It would just be a Continue reading The future of food: cultured meat, 3D-printed meals, GM crops, Soylent and seaweed
From Canadian campuses and churches to American foundations and Norway’s parliament, a debate is raging over whether to divest out of fossil-fuel investments. Continue reading Campaigns to divest from fossil-fuel holdings gain steam
[Indonesia] Indonesia has ambitious plans to add value to its seaweed industry – but its success could depend on the outcome of an ongoing tug-of-war between industry and government. Continue reading What will it take to make Indonesian seaweed competitive?
[USA] Freshwater and marine micro- and macroalgae are of key importance as primary producers in aquatic environments, Continue reading Algal biodiversity – culturing, preservation and characterization of micro- and macroalgae for basic and applied research
Scientists onboard a NOAA research vessel are beginning a survey of what could be the largest toxic algae bloom ever recorded off the West Coast.
A team of federal biologists set out from Oregon Monday to survey what could be Continue reading Toxic algae bloom might be largest ever
[Netherlands] Algae-related companies which provides professional technical services, such as construction of photobioreactors (PBRs) for the niche market of algae industry have been facing challenges. Continue reading "Bubblebrush and Wavywind": An introduction to LGem's Photobioreactor System