Algae could help feed the world

Algae as a base for fuel is becoming less common since subsidies dried up and speculative algae-based biofuel companies are having difficulties staying afloat. It takes too much time and money to find the right algal strains and to really bring algae-based fuels to scale. Algae as a food source have more future, Forbes writes.

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