[Global] The algae based biofuel has all the abilities to satisfy the ever-increasing demand for oil and gas. Presently, several government agencies and companies are funding the research and development activities to reduce the operating cost and capital involved in Continue reading Algae fuel market analysis and forecast to 2023 examined in new market research report
[Global] Do you know about spirulina? It’s a blue-green algae that grows in clean water but spirulina sounds much better. If we had Continue reading How to sneak Spirulina into tasty recipes for a nutrient boost
[Netherlands] An innovative Dutch technology development and licensing company owns an unique process to capture CO2 from ambient air. This enables both extraction, but also supply of CO2. The current capacity is grams to several kilograms per day, with the Continue reading A Dutch company specialize on CO2 capture is looking for business partnership
[USA] As summer grows warmer, so does concern about harmful algal blooms, commonly known as HABs, and found the last couple of years on Harsha Lake in East Fork State Park.
Last August, a spike in HABs around its water intake crib in western Lake Erie Continue reading Clermont water plant uses multiple methods against algal blooms
[EU] Astronomers have found pigments in plants reflect light in distinctive ways. By looking for these distinct fingerprints in light from stars it may reveal planets that have organisms on their surface capable of Continue reading Will we soon spot Little Green PLANTS in space? Light from our closest star Alpha Centauri could reveal signs of alien life on its planets
[Puerto Rico] The picture-perfect beaches and turquoise waters that people expect on their visits to the Caribbean are increasingly being fouled by mats of decaying seaweed that attract biting sand fleas and smell like rotten eggs. Continue reading Seaweed troubles? Stinking mats of seaweed piling up on Puerto Rico beaches