Developing countries 2018-04-19T09:53:00+00:00

A solution to help solve regional inequality regarding adequate access to water services. A portable natural biological system that restores the balance with the environment employing natural mechanisms without consuming energy. By applying sustainable natural technology, sewage and waste streams are being rehabilitated and rebalanced.

Protein production through a large-scale automated insect breeding farm radically increasing production times while cutting current market prices by half while adapting quality to the end-consumer nutritional requirements. The use of sensors allows full traceability and quality control for an optimised and uniform product with low demand in terms of water, emissions and land use with insects able to convert feed into proteins 10 times more efficiently than, for example, cows.

The vaccine candidate comprises five recombinant antigens corresponding to highly conserved merozoite surface proteins (including sub-regions) of two major parasite species that infect humans. Inducing satisfactory immune responses being one of the objectives, positive results have been reached during extensive efficacy testing in primates.

A solar-powered ultraviolet-measurement device which will detect and indicate the state of disinfection allowing a great decrease in cost of clean and disinfected water in less developed countries.The easy access to disinfected drinking water also prevents the spreading of waterborne diseases. The system has been tested by the World Health Organization, meeting its microbiological performance criteria and is classified for providing targeted protection.