As two Iowa production facilities open, Solazyme looks less and less like an energy company with its algae-derived oils going off in myriad directions.
The All-Gas project aims to turn wastewater into something that can actually move us forward as a species.
Focusing on fast-growing and hardy microscopic algae, rather than the most oil-rich, could lead to cheaper and more efficient alternative fuel.
The U.S. Department of Energy will fund four university-based algae research projects and a project to streamline the non-food feedstock supply chain.
Researchers at the University of Nottingham are working on a technology that could enable crops to take nitrogen from the air, instead of the soil.
A Hungarian designer imagines a light bulb that makes its own electricity.
The Bio Intelligent Quotient House in Hamburg included glass bio-reactors in its walls to produce algae for biogas fuel and to provide passive cooling via a series of louvered panels.
Nature and technology come together to form a beautfiul effect in this DIY project.
Propel and Solazyme say customers loved algae-derived biofuel in their cars in a 30-day test – but can it scale up (and be price competitive)?
High ammonia content in aquaculture operations is dangerous for the fish and end consumer. A new partnership aims to remove this and other toxins without the use of chemicals.
The wind power industry wasn’t the only renewable energy winner in the fiscal cliff deal that cleared Congress late Tuesday – biofuels also scored.