[UK] When it comes to superfoods, there’s always a new one on the market promising all kinds of nutritious benefits. Continue reading Why we should all be eating dulse
[India, Iran] Algiran, an Iranian algal biotech company, has recently established a pilot scale algal cultivation demonstration facility at the Chabahar Free Zone, in the Baluchistan Province of Iran. Continue reading Iran’s Algiran teams with Indian scientist
This breathtaking, pink lake may look like a Martian landscape but its distinctive waters make it one of the unique wonders of the Crimean Peninsula.
The opulent hues of the Koyashskoye Continue reading Mesmerising hues of Martian-like salt water lake in Ukraine captured in series of stunning photographs
A SPATIAL model developed in WA to identify suitable locations for farming microalgae can be applied internationally and adapted to locate other renewable technology infrastructures, according to developers. Continue reading Marriage of maths and microalgae a good export
[Argentine, Canada, USA] What colour is snow? At first, it seems like an easy answer. Anyone who has seen snow will know it is white, the reason being because it reflects almost all visible light incident upon it. Continue reading Snow isn’t all white: How ice crystals and algae can cause it to look red and blue
Phytochemicals are non-nutritive plant chemicals that are a plant’s way of protecting itself. Some are responsible for color and other organoleptic properties. They are not essential nutrients, but they have the ability to alter body processes… Continue reading Microalgae: a phytonutrient-rich food
The United States Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of spirulina as a colorant for a wider range of applications.
Initially approved for use in candy and chewing gum, the use of spirulina as a colorant has now been extended to… Continue reading FDA Approved Spirulina as Colorant