Illuminate Your Future Room With Superfood Decor

Illuminate Your Future Room With Superfood Decor

In the Living Things exhibit, what allows the very useful spirulina algae to live also happens to be very pretty

Rachel Pincus
  • 3 august 2015

Photosynthetic algae are very possibly the companion organism of the future. Because they eat our waste CO2 and produce energy, they are considered a leading potential source of biofuels. Spirulina algae, in particular, with its high protein and nutrient density, has gained popularity as a “superfood.” But algae doesn’t do PR, and there’s no appeal in its usual appearance, which is a dark green slurry.

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