Seagriculture EU 2024





Seagriculture USA 2024

Health & Nutrition

Food & Feed



The History of Red Algae

Imagine that you are living in the world as it existed around one billion years ago, and you are...




  • April 12, 2024: Global warming is triggering significant shifts in temperate macroalgal communities worldwide, favoring small, warm-affinity species over large canopy-forming, cold-affinity species. A new study delves into the impacts of increasing sea surface temperature on the subtidal macroalgal communities in the southeastern Bay of Biscay over the last four decades. READ MORE...
  • April 10, 2024: A research team at Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, Germany, has found a bacterium that can form a team with a green alga. Both microorganisms support each other in their growth. The bacterium helps the microalga to neutralize the toxin of another, harmful bacterium. READ MORE...
  • April 8, 2024: An anthropology professor at the University of South Florida recently published a paper on the impact of algae blooms and depletion of coral reefs on the region’s tourism industry. She knew barely anyone outside her field would read it, so…she had the data put to music. READ MORE...
  • April 5, 2024: A mouse-model study has uncovered the potential health benefits of a microalgae extract, Phaeodactylum tricornutum, in raising cognitive function and fighting age-related mental decline. “This key carotenoid exhibits the ability to traverse the blood-brain barrier, modulating various signaling pathways implicated in brain oxidative stress and inflammation associated with aging.” READ MORE...

Algae Europe 2024

A Beginner’s Guide