[Tanzania] Whenever seaweed farmers meet with leaders at constituency and government levels, their complaint is about low price of their product.
They have alleged that the workload is Continue reading Tanzania: Why Seaweed Farming Generates Minimal Income to Zanzibar Farmers
[USA] The banks of the Delaware River, long home to oil refineries, could someday see a green revolution thanks to the work of a local researcher.
That is green as in algae, which is used to make biofuels and plastic. Continue reading In Delaware, pollution goes green with research
[Denmark] A PhD scholarship is available from September 1, 2015 (or shortly thereafter) at the Marine Biological Section, Department of Biology University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. The Marine Biological Section is an international research group with 85 students Continue reading PhD scholarship in algal toxins and their effects on and accumulation in fish and shellfish
[USA] Students in the algae class bravely handled their goopy green study organisms at LSA’s Biological Station and were handsomely rewarded—they discovered three new species in northern Michigan. Continue reading Diggers of the Depths Discover New Diatoms
[Israel, Rwanda] Jacques, Marcel, David and their colleagues — five young agronomists from Rwanda — stood in awe in front of a primitive contraption on the floor of the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium, a well-known high school in north Tel Aviv. Continue reading Israeli superfood research could help Rwanda