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Spiraling Algaevator sucks up CO2 to produce clean, green algae biofuel

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 29, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Jun 28, 2016

Created as part of the Burglars of Transnatural Transparency (BoTT) Lab pavilion, the Algaevator is a gravity-based algae photobioreactor built to explore the architectural possibilities of biotechnology utilities. The resulting lightweight and transparent structure comprises three separated spirals intercoiled between a heat-fused, watertight, and layered membrane. “An algae photobioreactor is an artificial environment used to increase the production of algae through the introduction of slow movement,...






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