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Cyanobacteria outbreak a setback for Charles River

Cyanobacteria outbreak a setback for Charles River

BOSTON, Aug. 20 (UPI) -- Boston's Charles River used to be one of the most polluted in the country. In recent years it's been heralded as an environmental success story, but a recent outbreak of cyanobacteria threatens to undermine the accolades. ... UPI, 1 week ago
Tech Times

Toxic Algae Is A Growing Threat To US Waters: Study

Cyanobacteria in blue-green algae are poorly monitored in the US and may cause a growing threat among pets, wildlife and even in humans, experts say. (Photo : Oregon State University) Blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, are poorly ...
 Tech Times2 weeks ago Study: Blue-green algae a growing threat to drinking water supply  UPI2 weeks ago Toxic Algae Is a Threat to Our Water  Laboratory Equipment2 weeks ago Toxic blue-green algae pose increasing threat to nation's drinking, recreational water  Environmental News Network2 weeks ago

Cyanobacteria Prompts Warning at NY Swimming Areas

 9ija News.com5 days ago Algal bloom monitoring July 30, 2015: Amount of cyanobacteria has increased in lake and sea areas  Syke.fi1 month ago Application of cyanobacteria for chiral phosphonate synthesis  RSC1 month ago Algal bloom monitoring July 23, 2015: Amount of cyanobacteria has not increased  Syke.fi1 month ago
Boston Globe

Jamaica Pond closed to water activities after algae bloom

The Boston Public Health Commission said Monday that the blue-green algae, known as cyanobacteria, can produce toxins that make people and pets sick. Park visitors are urged to avoid contact with the water and any areas where the algae is ...
 Washington Times1 month ago Jamaica Pond ban over algae is lifted  Boston Globe2 weeks ago Boston's Jamaica Pond closed due to potentially toxic algae  Washington Times1 month ago Jamaica Pond Closed Temporarily Due to Suspected Blue-Green Algae  Boston Magazine1 month ago

Psychedelic Swirls Show Algae Bloom from Space

A huge, thick cyanobacteria bloom paints the Baltic Sea in greenish-blue swirls in a satellite image captured Aug. 11, 2015, by Landsat 8. Faint, straight-line tracks through the bloom are the paths of ships, and a white vapor trail on the upper ...
 LiveScience.com3 days ago See Striking New Images of Algae Blooms in the Great Lakes  Time3 weeks ago
National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Ethylene Production Via Sunlight Opens Door to Future

NREL scientist Jianping Yu holds a petri dish of cyanobacteria culture being grown in his lab. He is working to cultivate various genetically engineered strains to promote ethylene production. Photo by Dennis Schroeder Here's the future of ...
 National Renewable Energy Laboratory1 month ago Producing Ethylene Via Sunlight  Solar Novus Today6 days ago NREL: Ethylene production via sunlight opens door to future  Biomass Magazine2 weeks ago Ethylene production via sunlight offers great promise  Power Systems Design3 weeks ago
Electronic Specifier

Organisms re-engineered to produce green fuels

Now, researchers are seeking to re-engineer cyanobacteria to produce low-carbon liquid fuel as well as oxygen, in a project called PhotoFuel. The team believe this project could provide another important alternative in the energy mix, which could ...
 Electronic Specifier2 weeks ago

Study Shows Orange Carotenoid Protein Shifts More Than Just Colour for Cyanobacterial Photoprotection

Translocation of the carotenoid pigment within a critical light-sensitive protein called the Orange Carotenoid Protein triggers a shifting of the protein from the light-absorbing orange state to the energy- quenching red state, providing ...
 Scicasts2 months ago Orange is the new red  ORNL Review3 weeks ago

Watch for Cyanobacterial Poisoning in Livestock

Cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, is toxic to livestock. Livestock producers need to watch for blue-green algae because it is toxic to animals, North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock experts warn. The hot, dry, ...
 AgWeb.com3 weeks ago Advancing blue-green algae extracts  Natural Products Industry Insider4 weeks ago Blue-Green algae can threaten livestock  Feedlot1 month ago Supplying snacks, algae and oxygen in space!  Gulf Time UAE1 month ago

MSU research could improve cyanobacteria use in biofuel

Overexposure to sunlight, which is damaging to natural photosynthetic systems of green plants and cyanobacteria, is also expected to be damaging to artificial photosynthetic systems. Nature has solved the problem through a photoprotection ...
 Biomass Magazine1 month ago Orange is the new red  Science Daily2 months ago
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