Oct 20, 2023 | Research
One of the building blocks of ocean life can adapt to cope with the effects of climate change,...Read More
Oct 16, 2023 | Research
A team at Nottingham Trent University and Loughborough University has revealed the physical...Read More
Oct 6, 2023 | Research
by Cell Press, courtesy phys.org Ocean acidification will likely nearly triple by the end of the...Read More
Sep 25, 2023 | Research
Seven years ago, Lumen Bioscience scientists discovered how to genetically engineer the edible...Read More
Sep 18, 2023 | Research
American Public University System (APUS) has announced that the Spirulina Algae Group, part of the...Read More
Aug 25, 2023 | Research
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have identified a new pathway by which sugar is released by...Read More
Aug 21, 2023 | Research
by Krisy Gashler, Cornell U. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences ACornell researcher and her...Read More
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November 27, 2023: Australia’s first high-level organization to serve the commercial seaweed industry officially launched in Canberra on November 16, 2023. The Australian Sustainable Seaweed Alliance (ASSA) represents ten corporate members across six states and was launched to advance environmentally responsible farming and production, strategic research and development, and scientific and biotech-related commercialization. READ MORE...
November 20, 2023: A research team from IIT Gandhinagar, a leading technical institution in India, has found that beads made from a combination of sea algae, salt, and nanoparticles can be used to remove dyes from wastewater pollution created in the dye and chemical industries. READ MORE...
November 17, 2023: Isis Central Sugar Mill, 300km north of Brisbane, Australia, will soon be home to ponds growing algae fed by the mill’s wastewater. The mill will harvest the carbon dioxide created when they burn fiber left over from crushing cane to make electricity and use the nutrients in the wastewater to feed the algae, which is intended for food and fuel. READ MORE...