Our project employs sophisticated hardware to simulate the real state of water flow, enabling a deeper understanding of water dynamics. This hardware sets your project apart by offering a realistic and accurate representation of water flow conditions.
Our Core Team Members
Inspired by synthetic biology methodologies, our team created a customized biofilm system that incorporated experimental verification and modeling.
We had a clear understanding of the problem after visiting these stakeholders. Then, we designed our projects and devices based on the application in the real world.
We strive to achieve full-system simulations ranging from molecules to pathways, to bacterial growth process, and finally to device hydrodynamic modeling.
We designed a biofilm reactor, which we have used our brand-new bioengineer bacteria, to purify industrial water, combining three processes in a single device.
The use of cell-free systems with proteins as membranes is a distinctive feature. This not only ensures safety by avoiding the release of living organisms but also enhances the system's efficiency, making it unique among other methods that rely on living cells.