[Germany] Rasa Weber on the unexpected role of algae for our future at TEDxHamburg (www.tedxhamburg.de). Continue reading The unexpected role of algae for our future | Rasa Weber | TEDxHamburg
[USA] When did you first hear the phrase “synthetic biology”? Was it many years ago, or did it just happen when you clicked on this blog? Continue reading An introduction to start-ups in synthetic biology
[USA] US space agency NASA wants to turn human waste into food so that astronauts sustain on deeper space missions, including Mars.
Researchers at Clemson University in Continue reading NASA wants to recycle human excreta into food
Effective from 27th March, 2015, Algae World News would like to notify readers that our email address will be changed to [email protected]. The old email accounts will be kept active for another Continue reading Note from ALGAE WORLD NEWS: Change of email address
Jason Kelly was in Manhattan Thursday to meet with a prospective customer in the perfume business. Kelly, a founder of Boston-based Ginkgo Bioworks , sells custom-crafted organisms — mostly yeast, bacteria, and algae — and one of the jobs they can do is make synthetic Continue reading Manufacturing’s cutting edge — custom organisms
KLUANG: The Sembrong Dam, a major water source for some 120,000 people in the districts of Kluang and parts of Batu Pahat, is “slowly dying”.
Indiscriminate farming and agriculture activities around the dam, not unlike in Continue reading Johor’s Sembrong Dam ‘slowly dying’
KALISPELL, Mont. – Details are still emerging about a fire that ripped through a manufacturing plant in Columbia Falls.
The building belongs to Algae Aqua-Cultures Technologies and it was used to grow and harvest algae and run it through a process to create liquid Continue reading Fire destroys Algae Aqua-Cultures Technologies’ facilities in Columbia Falls
NAKURU (Xinhua) — Kenya’s Lake Nakuru, about 163 km northwest of the capital Nairobi, is once again glimmering with glares of flamingoes returning from their temporary home in the neighboring lakes. Continue reading Abundance of algae assures flamingoes return to Lake Nakuru
Two new separators dedicated to processing algae have been launched by GEA Westfalia.
Algaeprime has a capacity range of between 100 and 23,000 l/h, while Algaepro can handle up to 80,000 l/h. Continue reading GEA launches space-saving algae processing separators
What would you find if you could look deep under the Arctic sea ice?
Thanks to a new ice-worthy robotic autonomous underwater vehicle, or AUV, scientists don’t have to speculate Continue reading New robotic vehicle fit to scan under the Arctic ice