[Chile] The microalgae Alexandrium catenella, which caused the red tide phenomenon that affects the region of Los Lagos, may still be in their growth phase, so it is expected to increase both in intensity and geographical distribution. Continue reading Intensity and extent of harmful microalgae increase
[Global] Algal biofuels are in trouble. This alternative fuel source could help reduce overall carbon emissions without taking land from food production, Continue reading Christian Ridley: Can we save the algae biofuel industry?
[USA] Scott J. Edmundson, a scientist working with the Marine Sciences Laboratory, presents “Algae in Human Affairs: Blooms, Fuels and Carbon Capture” at the next Science Café, Continue reading Algae affairs is the next topic at May 10 SEF Science Café
[USA] Coral Reefs are considered to be one of the most diverse ecosystems on earth. Supporting a large variety of marine life ranging from cnidarians and mollusks to fish and echinoderms, Continue reading Algal overpopulation linked to coral reef death