[UK] Fresh or dried wild seaweed may be on sale in a supermarket near you, writes Fiona Bird. But much better than supporting what may be unsustainable harvesting, Continue reading Seaweed on the shore, seaweed in the kitchen
[China] Every summer since 2007, residents of coastal Chinese city Qingdao have been greeted by a mysterious “algae bloom.” No one Continue reading Photos: Chinese beachgoers dive into waves of mysterious algae
[China] Grab your friends and a Facekini®, it’s algae bloom season in Qingdao!
In what’s been a summertime rite of passage since 2007, the Chinese coastal city in the Shandong province Continue reading A Chinese beach city welcomes its annual algae bloom
[Global] Did you like your sushi? Did you enjoy that generous helping of pond scum you had with it? Because if your maguro and your ebi Continue reading Seaweed: the sexy new superfood
The ascent of multi-celled life or multicellularity is a major evolutionary transition. Multicellularity evolved independently at least 25 times among eukaryotes, and complex multicellularity (characterized by intercellular communication and tissue differentiation controlled by regulatory gene networks) occurs in a handful of eukaryotic groups including animals. Continue reading Chinese and American scientists review early evolution of eukaryotic multicellularity
[USA] When you think of the beach, seaweed is not necessarily what you want to envision. We’re guessing you’d rather picture clear Continue reading Google trends: How seaweed became a mainstream snack in America
[Taiwan] The 10th Asia Pacific Marine Biotechnology Conference opening ceremony was successfully held in the conference hall of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Continue reading The 10th Asia Pacific Marine Biotechnology Conference concluded the second day of the five