[Global] Filled with more than 4,200 pounds of valuable scientific experiments and other cargo, a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft is Continue reading NASA live coverage: Microalgae Biosynthesis in Microgravity (MicroAlgae)
[EU] The European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) aims to promote a strong link between science, technology and business in Continue reading EABA Haematococcus Workshop chaired by Sammy Boussiba
[China] DeHe Biotech, a China-based supplier of microalgae raw materials, believes that consumers are Continue reading DeHe Biotech believes microalgae has a ‘strong’ future
[USA] Research by FujiFilm’s research team in Japan has found that chemical compound astaxanthin can help in reducing UV damage and Continue reading Could algal food-derived astaxanthin protect against sun exposure?
[Global] Could the red carotenoid astaxanthin, which makes crabs and other animals red, one day be found in sun-protection products? Continue reading Can astaxanthin give sun protection to human skin?
[USA, China] Two players in the astaxanthin realm, Chinese company BGG and US firm Solix Algredients, will combine to form a new Continue reading Astaxanthin firms BGG, Solix join forces on new, Colorado-based company
[Iceland, Global] “As a destination brand, Iceland has very strong awareness throughout the world, and a very positive image in consumers’ Continue reading Algalif taps on Iceland’s positive image among consumers to make its astaxanthin stand out
[Israel, New Zealand] It’s hoped a tax break will encourage more companies to invest in the area which critics say has been underfunded for decades.
[Israel, New Zealand] A Nelson-based skincare company that uses a unique strain of algae to stop wrinkles has become the first Kiwi Continue reading Nelson health company signs deal with Israeli Biotech
[Global] Glacier surfaces around the world often host active communities of specialized organisms, including annelids in Alaska, Continue reading “Watermelon snow” on glaciers: sustaining life in colour