Marine Biology

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Algae – a novel solution to the climate crisis?

By 2050, the world will need to produce 70% more food than in 2005, and will need 50% more fresh water and fuel, while reducing CO2 emissions by 100%. Professor Ben Hankamer and Juliane Wolf discuss …

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New dipping solution turns the whole fish into valuable food

When herring are filleted, more than half their weight becomes a low-value ‘side stream’ that never reaches our plates – despite being rich in protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Now, scientists…

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Algae – a novel solution to the climate crisis?

By 2050, the world will need to produce 70% more food than in 2005, and will need 50% more fresh water and fuel, while reducing CO2 emissions by 100%. Professor Ben Hankamer and Juliane Wolf discuss …

Comment And Analysis

Illegal wildlife trading threatens all creatures great and small

Besides being a major threat to biodiversity, the wildlife trade can be a cause of global public health issues and hundreds of billions of dollars of economic damage around the world from disease out…

Interviews

Bioluminescence: a life study of ocean light

Bioluminescence is visually magical and has inspired many scientists to dive deep to discover its secrets. As a result of this research, some fantastic research tools have been developed that help un…