[USA] Dr. Amanda Barry of Los Alamos National Laboratory is one of the Energy Department’s leading molecular biologists in the field of algal biofuels. Dr. Barry is also part of team of researchers from the New Mexico Consortium, a nonprofit focused on solving global environmental and health issues. We chatted with Dr. Barry about Continue reading 8 Questions For A Scientist: Molecular Phycologist Dr. Amanda Barry
[Netherlands] We are looking for a tenure track associate professor to lead the research line in algal biotechnology. The algal Continue reading Vacancy: Associate professor in the field of algal biotechnology – Tenure Track
Russell Rhodes holds up a water sample he pulled from Lake Fayetteville and points to little green specks floating in the jar.
“That is algae,” said Rhodes, a former biologist and college professor.
Rhodes is one of thousands of citizen Continue reading Much water data collected by voluntary citizen scientists
In her letter last Saturday, Dawn Busalacchi proposed a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) study be done for Lake Erie to determine the maximum amount of phosphorus the lake can receive and still be safe… Continue reading Don’t let politics get in way of algae fix