“Finding Palmaria decipiens at 100m depth is important for furthering our knowledge of Antarctica, a continent that is so important to understand for addressing the environmental challenges the world faces today.” Professor Frithjof Kuepper
Big Seaweed Search : Stronsay
Events for Stronsay Climate Festival
Boost To Shore’s Seaweed Chips range
Shore’s seaweed chips to be sold across Scotland and the UK in 61 Train Stations and Airports.
3D Printable Gels
“Alginates are used in wound dressings, so this material potentially could be used as a strengthened 3D-printed bandage or as a patch for wound healing or drug delivery.” Lilian Hsiao
SHORE the Scottish Seaweed Company wins snack innovation award
Wick Company Shore have won a top award for their innovative Seaweed Snacks.
Seaweed Cultivation in Scotland
An introduction and information about seaweed cultivationin Scotland.
“…before them were the sands, with rocks and little pools of salt water, and seaweed”
Photographs by Rosie Hopkins
Could Commercially Harvesting Seaweed Seriously Damage the Marine Ecosystem?
An application has been made for a licence to dredge for wild kelp in shallow waters on the West Coast of Scotland