[Switzerland] Frontiers in Plant Science is pleased to announce a new Research Topic entitled “Advances in microalgae biology and sustainable applications”.
This proposed collection of papers, hosted by Topic Editors Dr. Flavia Vischi Winck, Dr. Diego Mauricio Continue reading Looking for submissions in Microalgae Biology and Sustainable Applications
[Philippines] THREE HOURS away from Tagbilaran Airport in Bohol is one of the poorest neighborhoods in the country — Barangay Guindacpan in Talibon, a community dependent on fishing. Continue reading Seaweed harvester struggles turning wasted nets into gold
French supplier Roquette has advanced its commitment to the chlorella and algae extract market by inaugurating a 4 – 5000 tonne a year chlorella facility at its HQ near Lille in northern France, as chlorella continues to move from the Continue reading Roquette opens 4 – 5000 tonne chlorella processing facility in France
[Barbados] The continuing presence of Sargassum seaweed in the Caribbean Sea, and elsewhere, is said to be as a result of global warming in combination with coastal housing development and the run-off therefrom. Neither of these two phenomena are likely to decrease in the near future. Continue reading Harvest seaweed before it reaches shore
[Israel] Technion researchers have successfully established a new approach for pacing the heart and synchronizing its mechanical activity without the use of a conventional electrical pacemaker. This novel biologic strategy employs light-sensitive genes that can be injected into the heart and Continue reading Light-sensitive algae genes set the beat in biological pacemaker
[USA] The founders of Sea Green Organics know that many people like a healthy lawn, but are increasingly wary of using chemicals to get there. For a natural alternative, they’ve taken to the sea.
The company, based off a project that Continue reading Local company turns seaweed into greenery