[UK] The BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition proves that innovation is not curtailed by age, writes Anthony Jordan. Continue reading Farming innovations displayed at BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition
[USA] A long-simmering project to wring fuel and electricity from manure-fed algae at a Charlotte dairy farm warmed up Thursday with the announcement of a key partnership with Vermont’s largest power utility. Continue reading Energy from manure-fed algae project gets boost
[USA] The massive carbon footprint of beef comes mostly from the food cows eat. But what if their culinary tastes got a little greener?
Beef has such a massive carbon footprint that eating a lot of burgers can theoretically be worse for the environment than driving a car. Many companies are already looking into ways to reduce their operations to reap the carbon reporting benefits for their company. But most Continue reading For A More Climate-Friendly Burger, Maybe We Should Feed Cows Algae
[UK] In a project subsidised by the global health foundation, the Wellcome Trust, Hamilton, a micro-biologist by training, and Jack were cooking 40 covers twice a day from a make-shift kitchen at the base of a tree at the Shuffle Film Festival in an East London Continue reading Mealworms, algae make a tasty dish at London fest