[USA] Scientists from NOAA and the Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies at the University of Miami have documented a dramatic shift from vibrant coral communities to carpets of algae in remote Pacific Ocean waters where an underwater Continue reading Volcano spewing carbon dioxide drives coral to give way to algae
[Global] A new study, published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, suggests that the rapid melting of ice in Antarctica may be great news for sea life in the waters surrounding the continent. Although this result of global Continue reading Antarctica is Melting: Good News for Penguins
[Singapore] In a messy terrace house in Changi, marine farmer Shannon Lim uses old-school but innovative science to produce more fish and more types of seafood than conventional fish farms. Continue reading Singapore's fish farmer dreams of saving ocean
[USA] Nev.The U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Nevada, Reno, will study the cause of eutrophication, or increased algae growth, along the nearshore of Lake Tahoe. Supported by California’s Lahontan Water Quality Control Board, the investigation is in response to widespread concerns with Continue reading Key Study Launched to Understand Increased Algae Growth in Lake Tahoe
[India] Culturing Solutions, in a Joint Venture with Algae Biotech India, is breaking ground on a commercial algal production facility in Hyderabad, India. Continue reading Sustainable fish feed and fuel for India
[USA] Here’s the future of ethylene production as Dr. Jianping Yu sees it.
“We envision some farms in the field that cover many acres. We will have cyanobacteria harvesting sunlight and CO2 and then produce ethylene or ethylene derivatives,” said Yu, a research scientist in the Photobiology Group at the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Continue reading Ethylene Production Via Sunlight Opens Door to Future