Brown tide culprit sequenced: Genome ...

Brown tide culprit sequenced: Genome of the first of algal bloom species

There are 2 comments on the R & D story from Feb 22, 2011, titled Brown tide culprit sequenced: Genome of the first of algal bloom species. In it, R & D reports that:

This is an aerial view of Great South Bay, N.Y., during a brown tide bloom in June 2008.

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#1 Feb 22, 2011
I wonder if the light gathering abilities of blooms could be used to enhance light gathering abilities of solar cells.

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#2 Mar 29, 2011
Can they be used to make biofuels?

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