[Korea] What’s your favorite way to eat dried seaweed?
If you are a Korean, you may want to have a bowl of rice with dried seaweed, roasted with sesame oil and fine salt, and kimchi. Continue reading Korean dried seaweed looks beyond dining table to snack market
[USA] Long-term exposure to a toxin produced by blue-green algal blooms can trigger tangles in the brains of animals similar to those seen in the brains of humans with Alzheimer’s disease Continue reading Toxin in blue-green algae blooms may increase risk of Alzheimer’s and other neurological diseases
[Global] The open access article for the January 2016 special edition of Water Environment Research (WER) explores the selective use of hypochlorite to prevent pond crashes for algae-biofuel production. Continue reading Special Water Environment Research explores advantages of highly renewable and productive algae-based technologies
[USA] I bet you’ve never thought about how giant clams will revolutionise future technology. It’s OK. You probably didn’t know about the incredible way these massive mollusks turn sunlight into power. Continue reading Algae and giant clam relationship may be a clue to light up plasma screens
[Global] Some members are informing us about their experience on Algae World News website, particularly some difficulty in payment, registering or signing in. Continue reading We’ve heard your voice