[Australia] A puffy pink seaweed that can stop cows from burping out methane is being primed for mass farming by Australian Continue reading This tasty seaweed reduces cow emissions by 99%—and it could soon be a climate gamechanger
[India] Did you know where the agar-agar in your favourite dessert comes from? The answer lies in Rameswaram, where we join women Continue reading The women sea divers of Rameswaram
[Israel] Researchers in Israel have developed a new process to produce a “natural polymer” that is derived from microorganisms Continue reading Israeli scientists create “sustainable plastic” from a seaweed-eating bacteria
[UK] Textile design graduate Jasmine Linington establishes seaweed as a high-end fashion material with her collection of nature-derived Continue reading Jasmine Linington uses seaweed to make couture clothing
[South Korea] Today sushi has become a common menu item everywhere from upscale restaurants to food courts and college Continue reading Ruth Kassinger: The rise of South Korea’s seaweed farming industry
[USA] Oregon State University created something of a sensation back in 2015 when researchers announced they discovered and Continue reading Whatever happened to the sensational seaweed that supposedly tastes like bacon?
[UK] ‘Super crop’ to be farmed near Scarborough can be used in food, cosmetics and biotech。 Continue reading ‘All we need is sun and sea’: England’s first commercial seaweed farm to open
[Indonesia] Indonesia’s export structure is largely dominated by natural commodities, such as crude palm oil (CPO), coal and rubber. Continue reading Can Indonesia become the global seaweed champion?
[Malaysia] The implementation of the seaweed cluster project in the state under Sabah Fisheries Department has not met its objectives Continue reading Seaweed cluster projects in Sabah not achieving objectives, says A-G’s Report
[Canada] The ocean inspires artists in all kinds of ways. Barbara Houston’s creations might just be some of the quirkiest ever. Continue reading Sheep made of seaweed have tourists, locals flocking to Bonavista gallery