[UK] An edible alternative to plastic water bottles made from seaweed has topped the UK round of an EU competition for new, more sustainable products. Continue reading Edible water bottle to cause a splash at EU sustainability awards
[USA] Move over kale and quinoa, you’ve got company. Tucked away in a business court just off Shiloh Drive in Windsor, a small seaweed snack company is hustling to keep up with demand for the lightly flavored munchies. Continue reading Tide rising for Windsor seaweed snacks startup
[Palau, USA] A tropical paradise on the surface, the coral reefs under the tiny island nation’s azure waves are actually a laboratory unlike anywhere else on the planet. Continue reading Quest for alternative energy points towards ocean coral reefs
[Japan] When scientists huddle around the viridian-colored pool of water and gaze into its depths, they predict a bright, greener future for the world. Continue reading Algae is future fuel for thought for big business and government
[USA] American scientists have reported a sharp increase in the number of dead whales found in the Gulf of Alaska. From May through August, 30 whales washed up alongthe coast of Alaska. Continue reading Whale deaths on the rise in Alaska
[India] Although chlorella (Chlorella vulgaris) is already sold in health food stores around the world, researchers are still just learning the makeup of this single-celled green alga. Continue reading Chlorella is high in Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)
[USA] The 9th Annual Algae Biomass Summit, taking place in Washington, DC, September 29th – October 2nd will showcase more than 30 oral presentations by leading research scientists and experts from universities, companies and several national laboratories in its Progress in Algal Biology and Algal Systems Ecology tracks.
Continue reading Algae Biomass Summit features latest innovation in algal biology research and algal systems ecology