[USA] Microalgae are tiny but important organisms, producing oxygen for us to breathe. But scientists have also used the Continue reading 3D printing of functional microalgal silk structures for environmental applications
[UK] A pioneering North East science company has developed a ground breaking way of transporting stem cells, by enclosing them Continue reading Newcastle firm uses seaweed to transport stem cells in ground breaking new system
[UK] An edible water bottle that wobbles like a breast implant will go on sale within a year. Continue reading Edible water balloon that looks like a breast implant will go on sale within a year
[USA] Someday, you might be able to throw a lab-grown meat party with not only burgers, but also tempura on the menu. Continue reading New Wave Foods develops artificial shrimp meat using algae
[USA] “The debate linked to a more responsive architecture, connected to nature, has been growing since the 1960s,” Continue reading IaaC student develops 3D printed “living screen” from algae
[USA] Joe Landolina has always been a bit of a science nerd. Growing up he’d spend hours at his grandparents’ winery, finding plants in the vineyard and trying to see what he could extract from them. It was while he was tinkering with algae that the then 17-year-old discovered a liquid that would change into a solid quickly. Continue reading An algae serum is being used to treat wounded animals — And humans could be next
[USA] Twenty-two-year-old Joe Landolina is one remarkable young man.
When Landolina was just 17, he created VetiGel, an algae-based polymer that stops a wound from bleeding. He is now the cofounder and CEO of the Continue reading VetiGel: Algae-Based Polymer Invented By Teenager Stops Bleeding In Seconds
Polysaccharide agarose is easily released from the algal cell walls on boiling. Agar is mainly extracted from the algae which are known as agarophytes which belongs to the Rhodophyta (red algae) phylum. Continue reading New report explores the agar market – Global industry analysis and opportunity assessment 2015 – 2025
Carrageen moss is one of Ireland’s more unusual natural resources. First of all, it’s not a moss: it’s a seaweed. And to add to the confusion, there are any number of ways to spell its common name: carrageen, carrageenan, carragheen and carragheenan, take your pick. They’re all derived from the Irish word carraigín, which means “moss of the rocks” (though some think that the – Continue reading Ireland: Carrageen Moss Blancmange
Sheri’s Ranch, one of the country’s largest legal brothels, is giving customers the opportunity to enjoy one of the oldest forms of underground erotic massage by bringing NURU Massage out of the shadows and into the limelight.
Nuru is a full body massage where the Continue reading Seaweed-based Sliperry Gel Legally Applied as Sheri’s Ranch Nuru Massage Lubricant in the United States