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The Carroll County Times
2015-10-21

It's been more than a century since oysters thrived in the Patapsco River, but on Thursday two groups unveiled an ambitious plan to try to bring them back to the Chesapeake Bay's most degraded trib

SeeNews
2015-10-19

October 19 (SeeNews) - Maryland-based start-up Manta Biofuel LLC has received USD 150,000 (EUR 132,000) of seed capital to develop the next-generation prototype of its portable, solar-powered, floa

Baltimore City Biz List
2015-10-18

The Chesapeake Bay Seed Capital Fund has invested $150,000 into Manta Biofuel LLC, a company that produces crude oil from algae at a cost that is competitive with traditional petroleum, University

Cape Cod.com
2015-10-18

WOODS HOLE – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded more than $1.3 million to three universities to research the effects of ocean acidification on marine species and coasta

The Times Tribune
2015-10-18

With construction completed at Harris Creek, a tidewater creek near the mouth of Maryland's Choptank River, biologists have proved they can build massive oyster reefs unimaginable a few years ago.

National Fisherman
2015-10-18

The Chesapeake Bay's waters are warming, in some places more rapidly than the region's air temperatures, researchers from the University of Maryland say.

The Baltimore Sun
2015-10-17

As if the failings of a do-nothing Congress and the continued strife in the Middle East weren't depressing enough, it's been a rough week for those gauging the impact of climate change on Maryland,

The Daily Record
2015-10-16

The Chesapeake Bay Seed Capital Fund has invested $150,000 into Reisterstown-based Manta Biofuel LLC a company that produces crude oil from algae at a cost that is competitive with traditional petr

Money News (Canada)
2015-10-16

COLLEGE PARK, Md., Oct.