Algaeventure Systems (AVS)
Algaeventure Systems (AVS) Dublin, Ohio has developed and patented its proprietary solid-liquid separation technologies for the recovery of valuable solids from water. AVS’ Solid-Liquid Separation (SLS) technology received a merit-based award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E as a “potentially transformative innovation”. AVS’ SLS technology has demonstrated practical application across a wide range of industrial applications including chemical, food, biosolids, and industrial & wastewater separations. Algaeventure / Biosortia is now on its fifth generation of technology. All trade secrets.
Humanity’s activities have changed the environment, and the call to protect, improve, and sustain precious resources is widely supported by governments, industry, academia, and citizens. Marine and freshwater are critical resources that need every tool in humanity’s toolbox to be available for the current and future generations.
Hacking aquatic microbiomes’ chemical code will be a critical tool to understand and improve the quality and sustainability of the world’s land and aquatic resources. New technologies to sustainably and in an environmentally friendly manner to directly obtain nature’s chemical codes (the small molecules) has recently taken a massive leap forward with microbiome mining.
Algaeventure Systems has built the World’s first microbiome mining technology and proven the capability to obtain previously hidden cell to cell signaling molecules from the vast microbes of the world that have never been accessed.
There is a multitude of promising possibilities that these technologies will ultimately be key in understanding, improving, and even curing on-going and future issues with coral bleaching, toxin contamination, pollution remediation, and even CO2 mitigation.
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With the recent increase in hazardous algae blooms across America and the globe, Algaeventure Systems Inc. stands alone in our capability to quickly harvest algal biomass on a large scale. Algaeventure works hand in hand with Dr. Peter Moeller, an expert on algal chemistry in association with NOAA at Hollings Marine Lab in South Carolina, and Dr. Paul Zimba of Texas A&M University, who is an expert on algal biology and identification.
We begin by obtaining samples of water from around the world. Those samples are then tested using state of the art laboratory equipment and techniques to determine the chemical composition and biological make up of the sample. Aquatic microbial consortia consisting of massive communities of micro-algae, bacteria, and other microorganisms produce a wealth of metabolites for communication and survival with potential applications for human therapeutics.
Our success largely depends on building and maintaining strong relationships with the individuals and organizations that allow us to obtain the samples we desire. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of professionalism and take pride in our ability to access never before seen chemistry.