Tag Archives: bioremediation

Using Algae to Control Industrial Emissions

Originally posted on THE DIRT:
In a session at the 2013 Greenbuild in Philadelphia, Taimur Burki, Global Green Building Program Manager for Intel Corporation, and Joshua Wray, Graduate Research Assistant (PhD) at Arizona State University, discussed the possibility of using…

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Beneficial bacteria

Originally posted on Just Science:
Bacteria do not have taste buds or eyes. However, they have very fine-tuned senses that relay information about the status inside as well as in their environment. To compete and survive in virtually all environments…

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Danish scurvy grass thrives along gritted roads

Originally posted on The Plantwise Blog:
Danish Scurvy Grass (Cochlearia danica) is now an increasingly common site along Britain’s roads as a result of salt gritting in cold weather. It is visible in this photo as tiny white flowers. ©…

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