Comprehensive Algae Fuels Report

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Comprehensive Guide for Algae-based Carbon Capture

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The report provides an overview of the wide range of non-fuel applications of algae – both current and future prospects. It will provide entrepreneurs with an idea of how to derive more benefits from their algal energy ventures. The report provides detailed case studies, success stories and factoids of companies that have been involved in the algae products venture More »

Comprehensive Castor Oil Report

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Bioplastics Market & Strategy Advisor

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How Nienke Hoogvliet Reimagines Seaweed as Textile

Dutch designer Nienke Hoogvliet sees seaweed as an opportunity for sustainable creativity.  For the past two years, Hoogvliet has been focused on the potential of using seaweed as textile, embracing a zero-waste approach to her material designs.  At first, she found a yarn made of sea algae. She dreamed of a circular process, where the seaweed is not only […]

[ More ] October 13th, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Algae Non fuel products, Seaweed |

New food packaging made from seaweed instead of plastic

Evoware, an Indonesian based startup has designed a new food packaging made from seaweed. The wrapper is nutritious if it’s eaten, and if it ends up as litter, it naturally biodegrades. A waffle vendor in Belgium is one of the early customers testing new food packaging made from seaweed instead of plastic. Because the new packaging dissolves in hot […]

Solar energy to be replaced with seaweed energy

It seems like solar energy will soon be replaced by the newly emerging energy generated from seaweeds. The U.S. Department of Energy has recently awarded $1.5 million to two of Hawaii businesses for developing offshore seaweed as a probable source for clean energy. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) provided the […]

AlgaPrime DHA receives Aquaculture Innovation Award

AlgaPrimeDHA, a sustainable, omega-3-rich whole algae ingredient produced by the joint venture partnership of Corbion, N.V. and Bunge, has received the 2017 Global Aquaculture Innovation Award from the Global Aquaculture Alliance. The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) is a standards-setting organization for aquaculture seafood. The GAA established the award in 2012 to recognize individuals and companies […]

Seaweed farming research gets federal funding boost

Research on improving the growth, harvest and transport of farmed sugar kelp at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is getting a financial boost with a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Leading the research project will be Michael Stekoll, a biochemist with a joint appointment at the UAF College of Fisheries and Ocean […]

[ More ] October 11th, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Research, Seaweed, University Research |

Renewable, Algae-based Footwear Developed

Scientists at University of California have developed algae-based, renewable flip-flops that could be an environment friendly alternative to petroleum-based slippers – the go-to footwear in countries like India and China. The flip-flops, shoe soles and other polyurethane products scientists make from living algae oil are “sustainable” because the carbon to construct them was pulled from […]

Kelp Farm gets $450k Federal Boost

A Los Angeles, California-area aquaculture farm – the first in the US permitted in federal waters — has begun work on its newest crop, giant sea kelp, with the help of a Department of Energy grant. The main goal of the project is to reduce cow flatulence. Catalina Sea Ranch has received $450,000 to kickoff […]

[ More ] October 5th, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Seaweed |

Eco-friendly Seaweed Business in Bomaderry Set to Boom

Locally-grown seaweed has been selling out faster than producers can make it. Pia Winberg opened a pilot farm in Bomaderry a year and a half ago. The tiny farm, just .05 of a hectare, produces a unique form of Australian seaweed using nutrients from waste water at Manildra. It’s a world first, in terms of offsetting waste from […]

Northwest Researchers Plan to Grow Seaweed for Fuel

Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Washington are working on technology to turn seaweed into biofuel. The researchers are working on a free-floating type of seaweed cultivation, instead of the traditional anchored seaweed farm. By this technology, seaweed seedlings would be attached to a three mile-long carbon-fiber line system. That system would be attached […]

‘Nonfood’ Sells Green Algae Bars

Los Angeles based company ‘Nonfood’ has launched its first product, Nonbar, which is a low sugar, protein- and fiber-rich bar made from spirulina, lemna, algae oil and a binder syrup.  The first bar is said to be just 80 grams, featuring 20 grams of protein and 20 to 25 grams of fiber at a retail price […]

Algae can Spearhead a Culinary Revolution

Revolutionary substitutes for salmon and tuna, made from marine microalgae, are due to be launched commercially in the EU next year, owing to the development of novel technologies by a team of French algal experts. The products are currently being developed Pierre Calleja, Professor Claude Gudin and Dr Alain Guillou, who were all closely involved in […]

[ More ] October 3rd, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Algae for food, Algae Non fuel products, Research |

Algae-filled Living Chandelier Cleans the Air

London-based designer and engineer has designed a  living chandelier. Called the Exhale Chandelier, the design consists of custom-made glass ‘leaves’ that are populated with green algae, which absorb carbon dioxide from the air, while simultaneously providing extra oxygen for you to breathe. It’s kind of similar to an air-purifying houseplant, except that it’s integrated into a gorgeously made […]

[ More ] October 3rd, 2017 | No Comments | Posted in Algae-Carbon-Capture, Algae-CO2-Capture, Innovations |

Bioreactors on a Chip Renew Promises for Algal Biofuels

Researchers from the Cornell-affiliated Boyce Thompson Institute (BTI) and Texas A&M University have found an exciting new technology that may revolutionize the search for the perfect algal strain: algal droplet bioreactors on a chip. A single algal cell is captured in a tiny droplet of water encapsulated by oil and millions of algal droplets squeeze onto a chip about […]


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