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A group of researchers at Stanford University is developing a plant that can harvest seaweed, an algae-like crop that is grown in the deep sea.
The plant’s creators hope it will one day become a source of food for humans and other animals in need of nutrients.
In addition to its promise to feed the world, seaweed can be used to create a variety of products.
The algae in seaweed has a low level of toxin, making it more environmentally friendly.
And the researchers are developing a seaweed that can be harvested and stored in a laboratory.
“It’s a new, exciting crop that’s incredibly cheap, very high quality, very sustainable,” said David Hulme, the director of the Stanford Department of Bioengineering and one of the authors of the paper.
It’s also an important one for humanity.
“If we’re going to feed our population and grow the ocean, then we need seaweed,” Hulmes said.
When the algae is harvested, the seaweed is placed into a tank, where it’s slowly dried out.
The researchers are also working to develop ways to extract the nutrients from the algae and use the algae in the future as feed for animals.
Hulmes believes the future of seaweed farming is bright.
“We are at the forefront of the development of algae for agricultural use, as well as the potential for seaweed to be used as a food source,” he said.
“We are looking forward to the day that seaweed farms can be a part of the global food system.”
In a separate paper, the researchers describe the process for extracting nutrients from seaweed.
In order to do this, the team uses a process called microbial bioengineering.
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