[UK] Seaweed could be used to extract radioactive strontium from tonnes of sludge at the former Dounreay nuclear site in Scotland. Continue reading Seaweed to be used to tackle radioactive sludge
[Korea] A Korea research team has successfully explained that microalgae in rivers, lakes, and in the sea is very effective in eliminating radioactive materials. Continue reading Korean research team develops method to remove radioactive materials with microalgae
A mysterious lake which suddenly appeared in the Tunisian desert last week is drawing in Tunisians in the region who seek to cool off from the sweltering summer heat.
Named “Gafsa Beach” by the locals, the new landmark, which is estimated… Continue reading Mysterious lake appears in Tunisia desert now inhabited by algae
This spring, scientists tested kelp along the West Coast to see if the abundant sea plant had absorbed any radiation from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power facility.
The results were negative, meaning… Continue reading New kelp tests will show if Fukushima radiation has reached West Coast