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Working with Indonesia would boost seaweed innovation

A new study from the University of Western Australia shows that innovations for the use of seaweed would be boosted by a hypothetical Australia-Indonesia relationship.

Australia contributes 3% to algae research on a global scale, yet Indonesia is one of the biggest producers.

Seaweed is dominated in the market by countries like Korea and Japan, and has varied cosmetic, culinary and medicinal uses.

Read more at University of Western Australia

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