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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 month ago

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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 Times1 month ago Study: Blue-green algae a growing threat to drinking water supply  UPI1 month ago Toxic Algae Is a Threat to Our Water  Laboratory Equipment1 month ago Toxic blue-green algae pose increasing threat to nation's drinking, recreational water  Environmental News Network1 month ago
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The Key to Colonizing Mars Could Be These Tiny Green Microbes

Long ago, a clan of hardy microbes called cyanobacteria helped terraform the lifeless Earth into a vibrant biosphere. Today, the very same critters could be the key to colonizing Mars. Plants are going to have a tough time on the Red Planet's ...
 Social Dashboard1 week ago
Siasat Daily

This molecular Swiss Army knife can boost biofuel output

Researchers have created a multifunctional hybrid protein that resembles a molecular Swiss Army knife in cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, organisms that have many potential uses for making green chemicals or biofuels.In laboratory settings, the ...
 Prokerala1 week ago Researchers develop molecular 'Swiss Army knife' to make biofuel  French Tribune1 week ago
Himalayan Times

CO2 will forever alter key ocean microbes

This undated NOAA picture shows large schools of herbivorous fish feeding on the abundant cyanobacteria and algae that have developed along an atoll slope following a ship grounding in 1993. Photo: AFP BONN: Like a chemistry experiment gone awry, ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago Climate: CO2 will forever alter key ocean microbes month ago
Biofuels Digest

Algae at the Crossroads: Tackling big markets, big challenges in the new carbon economy

The make-or-break moment for algae-based and cyanobacteria fuels is nigh upon us, and it turns onthe prospects for carbon capture and use. Will policymakers enable low-cost carbon to become available for this nascent, petroleum-displacing ...
 Biofuels Digest1 week ago
Before Its News

Elon Musk: Nuke the Martian poles to terraform it faster

(Before It's News) ZME Science Shipping cyanobacteria to Mars or dumping greenhouse gas into its thin atmosphere might be too slow. Elon Musk is in a hurry, considering he wants to see an 80,000 people colony on Mars during his lifetime. A ...
 Before Its News3 weeks 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.com1 month ago From space, Baltic Sea 'dead zone' is an ethereal blue-green whirlpool  Mashable3 weeks ago From space, Baltic Sea dead zone is an ethereal blue-green whirlpool  News-me.com3 weeks ago NASA Captures Photos Of Psychedelic Algal Bloom Swirls  Tech Times1 month ago

Cyanobacteria Prompts Warning at NY Swimming Areas

 9ija News.com1 month 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 Laboratory2 months ago Producing Ethylene Via Sunlight  Solar Novus Today1 month ago NREL: Ethylene production via sunlight opens door to future  Biomass Magazine1 month ago Ethylene production via sunlight offers great promise  Power Systems Design2 months ago
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