It has often been used as a farmland fertilizer, and in some communities it is eaten as a vegetable, but now researchers believe that…
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.