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Novel BioEngineering (meeting Broad Demand)

Goal: Concentrated Impact on Cellular Processes of Gravitational and Electromagnetic fields (partly tested) inside the novel compartments - featured bioreactors which were tested in lab and industrial conditions on the different substrates (methanol, paraffins, methane, and molasses) to speed up the cell rate growth.

Novel bioengineering are categorized into three high tech groups of broad demand with the listing of the specific engineerings for each group which follow in the ascending order of the distinct, partly tested increments (please see Attachment).

  • Guest
  • Apr 24 2020
  • Not under consideration
Idea priority High
  • Admin
    GILLY DEKEL commented
    30 Apr, 2020 11:28am

    Thank you for your submission, but this would not be addressed by the public cloud team

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