[Global] As the climate warms, the land we use for growing energy-intensive crops such as wheat and corn is becoming less productive. Continue reading More protein and good for the planet: 9 reasons we should be eating microalgae
[USA] Is seaweed the next energy frontier on which humans can rely? The Advanced Research Projects Agency—Energy (ARPA-E) Continue reading Seaweed: The new ethanol?
[Global] Oil price has been reporting on the long, drawn-out death of the dream of algal biofuel for years. A field once crowded with Continue reading Does Exxon know something about biofuel that its peers don’t?
[Australia] On the coast of Queensland, the banks of a tidal, saltwater river are now are being transformed into a new centre of Continue reading “A drought-proof farm”: This algae farm is leading the charge in Australia’s plant-based protein revolution
[Japan, Malaysia] Chitose Group, a family of biotechnology companies, designed and supervised the largest microalgae Continue reading Open demonstration with one of the world largest algae production facilities under tropical outdoor environment
[USA] Can the algae in Lake Okeechobee be extracted and turned into biofuel? An experiment conducted near the Moore Haven lock Continue reading Project could turn Lake Okeechobee algae into fuel
[Colombia] Microalgae are becoming increasingly important as biofeed stocks for a wide range of products from food to cosmetics, Continue reading Tuning microalgae lipid production with light
[UK] Imperial College London is to collaborate with startup Arborea to develop pioneering ‘BioSolar Leaf’ technology to improve air Continue reading World’s first ‘BioSolar Leaf’ to tackle air pollution in White City
[UK] Called REFLOW and funded by Innovate UK, the project partners aim to both produce algae as feed for tilapia and develop a Continue reading From fish waste to fuel
[USA] We are more than ten years into the second stage of R&D applied to large scale cultivation of microalgae for biofuels and other Continue reading Philip Pienkos: New algae biofuel production method could someday compete with petroleum