We sponsor and develop water treatment plants all over the world.
Water – a precious good – but a scarce resource! The climate change requires a sound water management
From Water Sewage Purification, Seawater Desalinization, Adjustable Membrane Filtration and the leading technology Sublimation to Hydrogen extraction and much more; these are the specilities of our affiliated company IWT Systems ( www.iwt-industry.ch ).
We sponsor and develop new technologies in the food sector:
1. Plants that can be produced in brackish or salt marshes or arid environments (like Salicornia)
Natural and man-made selection for salt tolerance has been going on for millennia. Compared to the more resource-demanding and lengthy breeding process of salt-tolerant glycophytes, domestication of a halophyte, or a facultative halophyte, such as, Salicornia bigelovii is more practical for rapid development of such crops. With the growing scientific and social recognition of the diverse values of Salicornia bigelovii, new agricultural production systems based on the use of saline water; including brackish, drainage, and seawater, and marginal land resources have been developed in several parts of the world
2. Advanced growing of cell tissue and muscle cultures (thus reducing the amount of animals needed to be slaughtered to feed the population)
In vitro meat, also called cultured meat, is an animal-flesh product that has never been part of a living animal. In the 21st century, several research projects have worked on in vitro meat in the laboratory. The first in vitro beefburger, created by a Dutch team, was eaten at a demonstration for the press in London in August 2013. There remain difficulties to be overcome before in vitro meat becomes commercially available.Cultured meat is very expensive, but it is expected that the cost could be reduced to compete with that of conventionally obtained meat as technology improves.
3. Reforestation of deserts through pine-pellets - First stage through Extremophiles - Pellet seeding
High-tech.- Fischfarming is an innovative inexpensive resource of proteins.