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Congratulations to our Spring 2022 Grantees!

Congratulations to our Spring 2022 Grantees!

Our Annual Meeting in Lisbon was the opportunity to introduce our Spring 2022 Grantees to our worldwide community! After a highly competitive evaluation process by our advisory board of seaweed industry experts, the Safe Seaweed Coalition Steering Committee made the...

Thrilling moments for Seaweed at UNOC in Lisbon

Thrilling moments for Seaweed at UNOC in Lisbon

What a week for our Seaweed Revolution! We took advantage of United Nation's Ocean Conference to actively raise awareness on the potential for seaweed to support SDG14, starting with our very own Annual meeting and Seaweed Day on June 29th at Forum Picoas. Above is a...

Seaweed: A Revolution to Achieve Goal 14 and More

Seaweed: A Revolution to Achieve Goal 14 and More

Official Side Event Safe Seaweed Coalition, in partnership with Australian Seaweed Institute and Lloyd’s Register Foundation Seaweed: A Revolution to Achieve Goal 14 and More June 30, 11:30-12:45 Committee Room, Altice Arena The event aims to highlight seaweed’s...

On our way back from #SaferWorld22

On our way back from #SaferWorld22

Huge thanks to all our partners and visitors who participated during these two wonderful days at Lloyd's Register Foundation's Safer World Conference! Recordings of the two days will be available for up to 90 days on demand on the Safer World Conference Attendee Hub....

Safe Seaweed Coalition: 2021 Lookback & 2022 Look Forward

Safe Seaweed Coalition: 2021 Lookback & 2022 Look Forward

As the Safe Seaweed Coalition enters its second year of existence, our team wishes to look back at the substantial achievements of 2021 and the exciting agenda for seaweed in this coming year. In view of our worldwide geographic dispersion, we will organize two...

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Study raises concerns about contaminants in edible seaweeds

A new study just published by researchers at Western Washington University (WWU) reports concentrations of up to 162 chemical contaminants in three species of edible seaweeds gathered in the Salish Sea

Source : Western Washington University

UniSc academics take centre stage at forward fest

"We’re solving problems through innovations with seaweed. From addressing climate change and nutrient pollution to finding ways to enhance the health of Australians by including seaweeds into our diets, I’ll provide an overview of the diverse and innovative work presently underway at the UniSC Seaweed Research Group,” said Dr Campbell.

Source : University of Sun Shine Coast

UC San Diego announces second cohort for blue economy accelerator

University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management and Scripps Institution of Oceanography have selected the second cohort for the StartBlue program, an accelerator for startups dedicated to tackling ocean-focused challenges and solutions and promote blue economy.

Source : UC San Diego