UD researcher works Delaware algal strain

UD researcher works Delaware algal strain

At the University of Delaware (UD), associate scientist Jennifer Stewart is working to grow algae on power plant smokestack emissions to neutralize their nitric oxide and carbon dioxide, and create sustainable algae-based biofuels. “What if we could capture or redirect these emissions for a usable purpose…

U of Delaware’s pollution-fighting algae

U of Delaware’s pollution-fighting algae

New research at the University of Delaware has identified a hardy algae species showing promise in both reducing power plant pollution and making biofuel. The microscopic algae…

U. of D. Explores H. akashiwo Algae for Treating Smokestack Emissions

U. of D. Explores H. akashiwo Algae for Treating Smokestack Emissions

University of Delaware researchers are studying whether the algal species Heterosigma akashiwo can neutralize harmful smokestack emissions – and also serve as a source of eco-friendly biofuel…