Algae 101 Part Four: What are Algae’s Competitive Advantages?

Algae 101 Part Four: What are Algae’s Competitive Advantages?

Nano-sized, single-celled algae are among Earth’s earliest life forms. They have been surviving in many of Earth’s harshest environments for 3.7 billion years. Algae’s simplicity enables these plants to…

AIM Interview: ABO’s Mary Rosenthal

AIM Interview: ABO’s Mary Rosenthal

Executive Director of the Algal Biomass Organization (ABO) for most of the past year, Mary Rosenthal, comes from a background in high-level sales, marketing and communications with several Fortune 500 companies in the food industry…

Algae 101 Part Three: Algae History and Politics

Algae 101 Part Three: Algae History and Politics

Nearly every human society that lived near an ocean, estuary or lake used algae for food, fodder for their animals, fertilizer for their fields and medicines for cuts, bruises and stomach ailments. Dried algae provided…

AIM Interview: Dr. John Benemann

AIM Interview: Dr. John Benemann

As pioneers go, in the modern business of algae biofuels and co-products, possibly no one has built a longer record of accomplishment than Dr. John Benemann. Involved in algae biofuels and…