[UK] One challenge facing the wider use of 3D bioprinting, is the range of inks available for 3D printing structures. Alginates, Continue reading Seaweed is the secret ingredient in University of Bristol 3D printing bioink
[UK] Scientists are searching for promising new drugs in the most unusual of places, from the depths of the ocean floor to the contents of an infant’s nappy. Continue reading Seaweed may reduce tissue damage in organ transplants
[USA] Seaweed extracts are used widely in agriculture and horticulture production systems. Continue reading Seaweed extract benefits petunia, tomato transplants
[USA] Green shoots of recovery are sprouting up throughout the Indian River Lagoon.
A three-year, $110,000 experiment has offered hints of hope that the lagoon’s seagrass can recover from a freefall, triggered by a 100-mile-long algae bloom Continue reading Seagrass hints at Indian River Lagoon rebound
Circadian clock machinery from cyanobacteria has been successfully reconstructed inside Escherichia coli bacteria, which do not have a natural day-night cycle, according to a paper published today (June 12) in Science Continue reading Circadian clock gene of algae reconstructed to E. coli: The time tinker could be used to treat jet lag, produce drugs