[France] French supplier Roquette has inked a deal with a food and beverage innovator it met at the SIAL food industry trade show last year to develop products for its nascent Chlorella microalgae offerings.Fellow French firm Algama won Continue reading Roquette boosts algae project with beverage partner
[USA] Twenty-two-year-old Joe Landolina is one remarkable young man.
When Landolina was just 17, he created VetiGel, an algae-based polymer that stops a wound from bleeding. He is now the cofounder and CEO of the Continue reading VetiGel: Algae-Based Polymer Invented By Teenager Stops Bleeding In Seconds
[USA] This summer, the Cayuga County Health Department reminds residents to be cautious around algal blooms in county lakes, rivers and streams.
Determining the presence of harmful cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, can Continue reading Cayuga County Health Department reminds residents of blue-green algae protocol
[UK] TeeGene Biotech, a spin-out from Teesside University, has secured a major funding boost from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) Network.
The start-up based at Teesside Continue reading Teesside University spin-out secures funding boost
[USA] Morro Bay – A massive algae bloom is here: NOAA scientists confirmed Wednesday they found the tail end of a bloom they’ve been tracking for months in the Santa Barbara Channel.
The alga is called Pseudo-nitzschia, and Continue reading Unprecedented toxic algae bloom now in Central Coast waters
[USA] San Francisco seafood purveyor TwoXSea, which supplies sustainable seafood to restaurants and markets around the Bay Area, just settled on the location of its first new location, in NW Portland. Continue reading Experiment on vegetarian-fed fish