[Barbados] We’ve shoveled it, swept it, dumped it and avoided it altogether. We’ve speculated over where it comes from and we’ve examined how we could recycle it. But nothing we do seems to stop the unwelcome guest to our once pristine shores. Yes, I’m talking about Continue reading Sargassum seaweed everywhere!
[USA] What do you think about the toxic algae found in the Norwalk reservoir?
A sampling of area residents were asked that question Thursday afternoon by Norwalk Reflector. Here are some of the responses:
[USA] The road along the east side of Tobago, running from the airport to the village of Speyside, passes dozens of small beaches where, in normal times, people lounge on the sand beneath palm trees and swim in the clear blue waters Continue reading Newsweek: Sargassum Is Ruining Beaches From Texas to Tobago
[USA] Today Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D-OH) welcomed news that The University of Toledo (UT) will receive $50,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support research into commercial development of an Continue reading $50,000 NSF Award For UT Algal Bio-Chemistry Research: Innovative extraction method sources chemicals from algae instead of from imported oils
[USA] The Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association (NAXA) has chosen Scott Steinford as the new president of the organization. Mr. Steinford has over 15 years’ experience in the dietary supplement industry and replaces Ed Wyszumiala.
“Scott’s experience working with associations, media and the industry is Continue reading Scott Steinford named president of Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association