[EU] Algal blooms caused by pollution runoff could contribute greater quantities of methane to the atmosphere as the planet warms. Continue reading Methane-producing algae could further warm the environment
[UK] Unlocking the potential of UK-grown seaweed as part of new research could see used in the production of some ruminant animal feeds. Continue reading Could seaweed hold the answer to producing sustainable animal feed?
[USA] With all the hype around retinoids, both for and for, it can be difficult to tell the truth from the fiction. What you may have heard Continue reading Josie Maran Argan Beta Retinoid pink algae serum is unlike anything else
[Australia] In an Australian first, a 400-litre bag of algae has been installed at a Sydney brewery to reduce carbon emissions and Continue reading Every sixpack of beer contributes to climate change. Brewers hope algae is the solution
[USA] Corals depend on their symbiotic relationships with the algae that they host. But how do they keep algal population growth in Continue reading How do corals make the most of their symbiotic algae?
[Global] When you think of a slug, you think of the horrible, gooey things that leave trails across your garden patio – however, these Continue reading Stunning sea slugs eat algae to photosynthesize
[UK] Biotech start-up MiAlgae uses co-products from the whisky distillation process to produce microalgae, high in omega-3 and Continue reading Whisky based algae start-up gets £1m boost
[China] Chinese scientists recently launched a program to map the genomes of about 10,000 representative species of protists and Continue reading Chinese scientists launch genome project for protists
[Global] One of the most viral topics of 2019 was the growing scientific consensus around climate change, and more specifically Continue reading Arctic research and climate change in focus at conference in Halifax
[Germany] Trihalogenated anilines are not purely anthropogenic chemicals. Researchers in Germany have discovered that marine Continue reading Algae produce synthetic chemicals