The wake of a ship slices into the eye of an algal maelstrom in this image, acquired by ESA's Sentinel-2A satellite on Aug. 7, 2015.
Having no organs is no problem for at least one animal that digests food on the surface of its body.
The bloom is comprised of Cyanobacteria, organisms that changed the face of Earth some 2.4 billion years ago.
Marine phytoplankton, which are tiny organisms that rely on light to grow and spread into globs in the ocean, influence how clouds accumulate droplets.
As far as bizarre waterways go, Bolivia's Laguna Colorada is in a class by itself. Continue reading →
From hydroponic wheel gardens to advanced helicopter rotors to closed-loop micro algae farms, everything seems to be spinning.
A freakishly humanoid robot, a crazy concept car, walls made of algae and the world's biggest glass skywalk are about to come your way. Click on.
A research team confirms the presence of key algal genes on the chromosome of the emerald sea slug.
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