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January 31, 2023: A nasally delivered and orally boosted vaccine, employing edible algae, protected mice from malarial infection, setting the stage for future vaccine trials in humans. Employing edible algae, a new vaccine delivered through the nose and mouth protected mice from malarian infection, setting the stage for future vaccine trials in humans.
January 24, 2023: Denmark-based carbon capture company , Algiecel, has raised a seed round of DKK 10m (EUR 1.3m) to expand their removal of CO₂ from industrial processes and transforming it into algae-based high-value ingredients for the animal feed, cosmetics, and human food markets.
A new study found that expanding seaweed farming could help reduce demand for terrestrial crops and cut global agricultural greenhouse gas emissions by up to 2.6 billion tons of CO₂-equivalent per year.