Last year, the idea that diesel fuel could be created using algae was all over the news. Unfortunately, the effort can only work on a very small scale that makes no sense, says Jonathan Marshall of PG&E.
Nov 8, 2010 Next100
UCLA's cityLAB sponsored a competition to envision new ways public works projects could be used to improve the country's infrastructure. The winning idea: algae-based urban parks connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Nov 17, 2009 Fast Company
Researchers are experimenting with using LEDs to grow algae in abandoned mines to be used for biofuels.
Nov 11, 2009 Scientific American
Treehugger recently heralded fuel-producing algae the hottest green technology going. GOOD Magazine takes a clear-eyed look at the promise and the pitfalls.
Mar 12, 2009 GOOD Magazine