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Walnuts and Fish Protect Against Heart Disease in Different Ways, According to Newly Published Loma Linda University Research

..., like walnuts, and also a marine source of omega-3 fat. If fatty fish is not a preferred option for marine-derived omega-3 fat, other options include microalgae oil or DHA-enriched eggs." The department of nutrition has significant experience conducting tightly controlled feeding studies among varying pop...

Martek and Ragasa Sign Multi-Year Exclusive Supply Agreement

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The Power of a Tiny Microscopic Plant Found To Reduce Computer Eye Strain

..., AstaReal astaxanthin , found in the single cell microalgae called Haematococcus pluvialis . That may be a m... source of natural astaxanthin can be found in the microalgae called Haematococcus pluvialis . Fuji cultivates this microalgae in both Maui, Hawaii and Sweden in fully enclosed ...

Valensa and Parry Nutraceuticals Introduce Organic SpiruZan(TM) Spirulina/Astaxanthin Complex as 'Lifestyle Support' for a Fast-Paced World

...f choice' for consumers who want to keep their supplement programs simple yet effective. This 100% natural and vegetarian supplement made from organic microalgae is a 'green food' that offers the added benefit of being 'sustainable nutrition.' Parry Nutraceuticals is the world's leading producer of certified or...

Martek's life'sDHA(TM) Featured in Four New Products from Spectrum Organics

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Martek's life'sDHA(TM) Now Available in Rachel's(TM) Yogurt at Grocery Retailers Nationwide

...tains no oceanic pollutants and toxins. Fish are good sources of DHA because of the DHA-rich microalgae in their food chain; life'sDHA is derived from microalgae and produced in an FDA-inspected facility from start to finish using a sustainable source that does not deplete ocean resources. life'sDHA is found in...

Dempster's Smart(TM) 100% Whole Grain Wheat Bread Launched With life'sDHA(TM)

...tains no oceanic pollutants and toxins. Fish are good sources of DHA because of the DHA-rich microalgae in their food chain; life'sDHA is derived from microalgae and produced in a government inspected facility from start to finish using a sustainable source that does not deplete ocean resources. life'sDHA has b...

Australia's Leading Juice Company Launches Juice Blend with Martek's life'sDHA(TM)

...tarian form of DHA that contains no oceanic pollutants and toxins. Fish are rich sources of DHA because they eat microalgae; life'sDHA is derived from microalgae and produced in an FDA- inspected facility from start to finish using a sustainable source that does not deplete ocean resources. life'sDHA is found i...

Sunkist Naturals Glorious Greens Smoothie Features Martek's life'sDHA

...tains no oceanic pollutants and toxins. Fish are good sources of DHA because of the DHA-rich microalgae in their food chain; life'sDHA is derived from microalgae and produced in an FDA-inspected facility from start to finish using a sustainable source that does not deplete ocean resources. life'sDHA is found in...

Martek's life'sDHA(TM) Featured in Three New Offerings of Baby Food from Plum Organics

...tains no oceanic pollutants and toxins. Fish are good sources of DHA because of the DHA-rich microalgae in their food chain; life'sDHA is derived from microalgae and produced in an FDA-inspected facility from start to finish using a sustainable source that does not deplete ocean resources. life'sDHA is found in...
microalgae in Biological News

Florida Tech explores microalgae for biofuel

Responding to the urgent need for alternative energy, Florida Tech Professor of Biological Science, Junda Lin, has received a $430,000 contract from Aurora Biofuels for large-scale production of microalgae. Successful microalgae production for fuel so far is in small-scale cultivation. Lin will c...

Detecting microalgae in coastal waters

Dr. Hugh MacIntyre, Senior Marine Scientist at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Alabama, and colleague Richard Cox of Kaitech Inc. have been awarded $270,274 to develop a tool for improved detection of microalgae by the Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology (CICEET). ...

'Green' energy from algae

...vently, as they may also be used for food production. Hence, cultivation of microalgae may contribute decisively to tomorrow's energy supply. For energy productio...e developing closed photo-bioreactors and novel cell disruption methods. microalgae are monocellular, plant-like organisms engaged in photosynthesis and conver...

A thirst for blood sparks toxic algal blooms

...eaning, water consumption and the tourist industry. Scientists still do not know why algal blooms arise, and what it is that causes certain species of microalgae to multiply and form dense blooms. New explanation Scientists within the research platform MARICE (Marine Chemical Ecology) at the Faculty of Scie...

Regional partnership to develop algal biofuels gets backing of San Diego leaders

...very little fertilizer is required. "What's needed to make algae a commercially viable source of biofuel is for scientists to identify and optimize microalgae to enhance their yields and their production of biofuel," said Stephen Mayfield, an expert on the genetics of algae who is a professor at The Scripps ...

ISU researcher identifies protein that concentrates carbon dioxide in algae

... is present in such a limiting concentration that microalgae and some plants have evolved mechanisms to capture... has now identified one of the key proteins in the microalgae responsible for concentrating and moving that CO 2...tein. The recent explosion of interest in using microalgae for production of biofuels raises the possibility ...

Nanofarming technology harvest biofuel oils without harming algae

...ski, Ames Laboratory senior physicist and co- investigator on the project, phase one and two of the project will cover the culturing and selection of microalgae as well as the development of the specific nanoparticle-based extraction and catalyst technologies for the removal of algal oil and the production o...

Drug used to treat skin conditions is a marine pollutant

...y of Gothenburg has studied natural communities of microalgae along the Swedish west coast. He presents results ...production of the algae are disturbed. Single-cell microalgae are the fundamental basis of the ocean food chain,...m", says Tobias Porsbring. "Cocktail effect" on microalgae Clotrimazole, however, does not act alone in t...

Carnegie's Arthur Grossman receives Gilbert Morgan Smith medal

...sity. He received his B.S. from Brooklyn College, and his Ph.D. from Indiana University. Grossman received the prestigious 2002 Darbaker Prize for his microalgae work from the Botanical Society of America. He has served on numerous panels and editorial boards, including Current Genetics, Eukaryotic Cell, Molecu...

Engineering algae to make fuel instead of sugar

...f California, Berkeley describe a method for using microalgae for making biofuel. The researchers explain a way ...ation, instead of making more sugar molecules, the microalgae could be producing hydrogen or hydrocarbons. Be...rs can participate in the photo-conversion too. microalgae are ideal because of their high rate of photosynth...
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Seambiotic USA and NASA Glenn Research Center Signed Agreement for Large Scale Microalgae Process Optimization

ASHKELON, Israel, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Seambiotic, a global leader in the development and production of marine microalgae for the nutraceutical and biofuel industries, has announced that its US subsidiary, Seambiotic USA, has entered into an agreement with NASA Glenn Research Center to devel...

Solazyme Testing BlueFire Ethanol Cellulosic Sugars in Its Microalgae Renewable Oil Production Process

IRVINE, Calif., May 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BFRE), a company changing the world's transportation fuel paradigm through the production of ethanol from non-food cellulosic wastes, announced that Solazyme, Inc., a renewable oil production company...

Prof. Mario Tredici Shared Views on Algae Projects with Algae Business Players at Algae World!

... the summit. Prof Tredici commented, "We know there is a lot of interest in oil production from algae... so we went outdoors, and tested some microalgae species to get some numbers for improving oil productivity" In the vide, Prof. Tredici shares findings from a study spanning two years, where...

EU Committee Approves New Food Applications for Martek's life'sDHA(TM)

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EU Committee Approves New Food Applications for Martek's life'sDHA™

...ver, life'sDHA offers a trusted, vegetarian form of DHA that contains no oceanic pollutants or toxins. Fish are sources of DHA because of the DHA-rich microalgae in their food chain; life'sDHA is derived directly from microalgae, a renewable, sustainable source of DHA that does not deplete ocean resources, and ...

Synthetic Genomics Inc. and ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company Sign Exclusive, Multi-Year Agreement to Develop Next Generation Biofuels Using Photosynthetic Algae

...d unlock the power of algae as biological energy producers in methods and scale not previously explored." Photosynthetic algae, which include microalgae (single celled algae) and cyanobacteria (most commonly known as blue-green algae) are organisms that are very efficient at utilizing the energy from s...

CBDM.T, The Market and Business Intelligence Company Reviews The Vaccine Market

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Martek, General Mills Collaborate on Microencapsulation Technology for Food Applications

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CBDM.T, the Market and Business Intelligence Company Reviews the Biofuel Market

...ing development to produce biodiesel from microalgae. By containing 60 to 80% oil by weight of dry biomass and doubling their biomass within 24 hours, microalgae could revolutionise biofuel production. According to CBDM.T®, the market and business intelligence company, the biofuel market is estimated at...

CBDM.T, the Market and Business Intelligence Company Reviews the Biofuel Market

...ing development to produce biodiesel from microalgae. By containing 60 to 80% oil by weight of dry biomass and doubling their biomass within 24 hours, microalgae could revolutionise biofuel production. According to CBDM.T®, the market and business intelligence company, the biofuel market is estimated at...
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