A seaweed known as ‘Neptune grass’ displays a variety of characteristics that make it of interest to the building trade
A Dutch project is investigating the possibility of using the areas around offshore wind farms for growing seaweed that could become biofuel.
Researchers at Bio Architecture Lab have developed a process that will allow advanced biofuels and chemicals to be produced from macroalgae, or seaweed.
Clemson researchers have identified alginate as new binder material for lithium-ion battery electrodes that they hope could boost energy storage capacity.
Researchers from the Aberystwyth University have found seaweed as a suitable plant to create biofuel when harvested in July.