[Global] “The first century of air travel has seen about 65 billion passengers take to the sky. The next 65 billion will fly in just the next 20 years”. Continue reading Newsweek special report: The future of aviation
[USA] You may have driven through the green slime while on your boat, or you may have seen it washing up on the shores of Lake Havasu.
“The Rise of the Green Slime,” is what Continue reading Colorado River algae blooms could be research priority at ASU Havasu
[USA] There has been a lot of buzz in recent years about the possibility of mankind’s big move to our nearest neighbor, Mars. Moving our species to the Red Planet also implies that we will be shipping over microorganisms, plants and maybe even animals. Continue reading DARPA Wants to Genetically Engineer Organisms to Terraform Mars
[Ireland] Research shows that seaweeds are rich in such compounds and, by virtue of their abundant availability in the marine ecosystem, they have the potential to become an excellent source of properties such as polysaccharides, omega-3 fatty acids, carotenoids, Continue reading Shekhar Kadam: Seaweed in your dinner?
[Canada] As we approach the hottest days of the summer season, toxic algae are starting to bloom in lakes around the world.
Increases in atmospheric temperature Continue reading Scientists Help Public Avoid Health Risks of Toxic Blue-Green Algae
[USA] Hot summer days at Clear Lake normally mean algae blooms. It’s also the time when many local residents and visitors complain about the algae and demand that the county do something about it.
Algae are tiny water plants that cycle Continue reading Algae both a nuisance and a benefit