[USA] In the spring of 1998, 70 sea lions showed up on California’s central coast with a mysterious illness. The animals, adults and youngsters alike, were vomiting and having seizures. Continue reading Toxins in the food chain
[USA] Along this half mile stretch of the Farmington River in Barkhamsted you’ll find a species that hasn’t been discovered anywhere else on earth. Continue reading Invasive “Rock Snot” algae species discovered in Connecticut
[USA] The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is funding a project to cultivate microalgae as biomass for fuels and an array of consumer products. Continue reading Wastewater, algae have untapped potential for clean water, energy generation
[USA] The Algae Biomass Organization is now accepting abstracts for speaking and poster opportunities for the 2016 Algae Biomass Summit, to be held at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa in Phoenix, AZ, October 23 to 26, 2016. Continue reading Submit an abstract to the Largest Algae Biomass Conference in the world!
[Turkey] The sudden appearance of the red tied, a common name for a phenomenon known as an algal bloom, in the north western Marmara sea coast off Balıkesir caused panic amongst locals. Continue reading Algae bloom causes panic in Turkey’s coast