[UK] Shallow-water corals in the Red Sea glow green, but marine scientists have discovered corals some 50–60 metres below the surface that take on dazzling hues of yellow, orange and red.
The study is the first to find such an array of fluorescent colours in deep-water corals, says Jörg Wiedenmann, a molecular biologist at the University of Southampton, UK, and suggests Continue reading Radiant reefs found deep in the Red Sea
[USA] TIFFIN – Heavy June rains likely will make toxic algae on Lake Erie worse this summer than scientists initially thought when they released their early forecast this spring.
The bloom could be as bad as last year, when toxin from the algae contaminated Continue reading Algae could be worse than early prediction
[USA] Imagine a plant that can nourish your body by providing most of the protein you need to live, help prevent the annoying Continue reading Spirulina, Chlorella and Klamath algae: What are the health benefits?
[EU] The worldwide production of microalgae is currently around 7,000 tons/year of dry algal biomass, used for a wide variety of applications including livestock feed, aquaculture, functional foods, cosmetics or pharmaceuticals. In addition, microalgae contain around 30% Continue reading Reduction of microalgae harvesting costs via the development of an ultrasound flow cell to provide pre-concentration
[USA] Las Cruces Utilities has joined with New Mexico State University professors on a project funded by the National Science Continue reading Las Cruces Utilities, NMSU partner on algae biofuel project
[USA] NOAA has warned communities on North America’s west coast that a deadly algae bloom releasing the toxin domoic acid has reached levels higher than ever recorded. A concentrated area in the Pacific Ocean has been Continue reading ‘The Blob,’ Domoic Acid: Extremely Poisonous Toxic Bloom Poses Serious Threat To West Coast