[USA] The biofuels of the future will depend on microbes, writes Almuth Ernsting: algae to produce the biomass, and fungi or bacteria to break cellulose down into useful molecules. Continue reading Re-engineering life? The dangers of ‘next generation’ biofuels
[Global] Algae is a wonder of the natural world. It’s a highly adaptable organism, one that grows in both fresh and saltwater and Continue reading Niko Schultz: Rethinking algae biomass production
A so-called ‘algae bank’ at the Scottish Association for Marine Science in Oban is embarking on the mammoth task of checking all 3,000 of its colourful, slimy samples to make sure that they have been correctly identified.
This is crucial, researchers say, so that Continue reading Scottish lab mix-up over the magical algae that could clean up our filthy beaches
OriginOil™ Inc. has announced a name change to OriginClear™ Inc., effective immediately. The company ticker symbol, OOIL, will remain unchanged. “As our company has grown, we’ve learned that our technology can serve a Continue reading OriginOil Renames Company ‘OriginClear’