[USA] Algaculture, the farming of algae for fuel, is gaining traction globally as governments and private players look to leverage on the potential of algae as a biofuel. Continue reading Algae-derived biofuels gain traction as commercial viability increases
[Global] Many of us have overindulged in alcohol over the past two-three weeks, and those readers who resonated with this article’s title are definetly in search for a good hangover remedy. If not as we speak, then for the near future. Continue reading Would you wolf down algae to get rid of a hangover?
[UK] In 1843, British botanist Anna Atkins made history.
When experimenting with photography, Atkins didn’t go for images of landscapes or pictures of pretty flowers. Instead, the amateur botanist created the first book produced entirely of photographic works, titled “Photographs of British Algae.” Continue reading This is the first book of photos ever made, and it’s only images of British algae
[USA] Just about every start up has to face the dreaded “Valley of Death,” the time that comes after they have demonstrated their idea and before they are producing it at significant scale and generating revenue. Continue reading Algae fuel producers look beyond fuel to stay afloat