[USA] While most people might know some algae as “pond scum,” to the U.S. Department of Energy, they are tiny organisms that could Continue reading Keeping algae from stressing out
[USA] A vast bloom of toxic algae off the West Coast is denser, more widespread and deeper than scientists feared even weeks ago, according to surveyors aboard a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research vessel. Continue reading Toxic algae bloom in Pacific even larger than thought
[Global] Microalgae have played an important role as animal feed or food supplements for decades. They can also produce complex Continue reading Microalgae can produce more than just fuel
[Mexico] At the height of the Caribbean summer, Cancuns iconic golden beaches have turned green as tonnes of seaweed wash up on the shore. The gulfweed algae stretches more than 110 miles and has been washing ashore continuously in recent weeks, said Continue reading Cancun swamped with algae as golden beaches turn green
[USA] Seaweed. In the middle of summer. On York’s beaches. Almost nothing else can cause the phone to ring off the hook more often in the office of Parks and Recreation Department director Mike Sullivan.
“The first lecture I get is how important beaches are to our economy,” said Sullivan. “I feel for them. Some people who call me are here for only a week, and it ends up to be a week when there’s seaweed on Long Sands Beach. What I want to tell the public Continue reading Seaweed invasion poses challenges
[Global] From 1st of September, 2015 onwards, Algae World News is no longer able to provide free-of-charge algae industry news service for our readers. This is because our main sponsor has pulled out. We have difficulty looking for new sponsors/advertisers to cover our Continue reading Subscription/membership fee required to access to Algae World News
[China] In the late 1970s, since the implementation of the reform and opening-up policy by the government of the People’s Republic of China (PROC), the country’s economy and education Continue reading History of Spirulina industry in China: Interview with Hong-Jun Hu