[USA] Algae have the potential to become a sustainable source of high value biofuels and oils. A big hurdle that holds us back from Continue reading A protein lulls algae to “sleep”, and what that means for making green fuels
[Global] Oil price has been reporting on the long, drawn-out death of the dream of algal biofuel for years. A field once crowded with Continue reading Does Exxon know something about biofuel that its peers don’t?
[USA] Algae often gets a bad rap — for creating dead zones in the ocean and toxic pond scum when the “wrong” algae blooms. But it Continue reading Most efficient source of fuel may be tiniest organism
[USA] In 2017, ExxonMobil announced an intriguing energy innovation: In partnership with biotech company Synthetic Continue reading The myth of algae biofuels
[Serbia] In Serbia, a general impression that there is very little or insufficient investment in education, and those more knowledgeable Continue reading NATO and Serbian scientists – Algae and biofuels
[Japan, Indonesia, Colombia] A Japanese biotechnology startup and major trading house Itochu Corp. launched demonstration projects Continue reading Japanese firms start growing euglena abroad for biofuel in Indonesia and Colombia
[Indonesia] Indonesia is a country rich in natural resources, including oil. Oil is used for fuel both in industry and transportation. However, Continue reading UNAIR Professor uses microalgae for renewable biodiesel development
[UK] The ENBIO project uses excess energy from wind turbines to power 16 1,000-litre photobioreactors which grow algae that can Continue reading Flora to fuel: could wind-powered algae make bioreactors competitive?
[Qatar] Total Research Centre-Qatar (TRC-Q) has launched new research projects to investigate and develop clean energy solutions for Qatar and beyond. Continue reading Total Research Centre launches projects to develop clean energy in Qatar
[Global] Researchers are always working on developing technologies to reduce carbon emissions to deal with the climate Continue reading Soon, algae might absorb carbon dioxide emissions before they even leave the factory