[Norway] The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) creates knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life. Continue reading PhD positions in Biology
[USA] Six student scientists were presented with the fourth annual Young Algae Researcher Awards earlier this month Continue reading Six students win Young Algae Researcher Awards at Algae Biomass Summit
[USA] Dr. Amanda Barry of Los Alamos National Laboratory is one of the Energy Department’s leading molecular biologists in the field of algal biofuels. Dr. Barry is also part of team of researchers from the New Mexico Consortium, a nonprofit focused on solving global environmental and health issues. We chatted with Dr. Barry about Continue reading 8 Questions For A Scientist: Molecular Phycologist Dr. Amanda Barry
SARASOTA — The decibel level in the lab at New College of Florida was unusually high on Friday.
It was, as instructor Sandra Gilchrist put it, “controlled chaos.” A total of 47 middle and high school students from Sarasota and Manatee county schools Continue reading Young students get hands-on time with marine life at New College
The Department of Microbiology of Bharathidasan University has built a Mobile Taxonomy Laboratory for carrying out freshwater cyanobacterial, microalgal biodiversity and taxonomical studies. Continue reading BDU builds mobile algae taxonomy laboratory
Six student scientists were presented with the third annual Young Algae Researcher Awards for their contributions to fields of algae biology and engineering at the 2014 Algae Biomass Summit in San Diego. Continue reading ABO awards six student researchers
To paraphrase a famous line from the movie, “The Graduate,” the future is in algae.
First of all, algae are everywhere on the planet, including on ice and snow and in fresh water and salt water… Continue reading LV Times columnist: A future exists in algae for students