A new technology that’s changing the way we treat marine algae has a long history.
It’s called the “array technology” and it could transform the lives of billions of people in just a few years.
Its origins go back to the early 1900s, when the United States government tried to clean up the pollution in the Gulf of Mexico by building dams and pumping water into it to create a buffer zone.
But that strategy backfired, as the algae bloomed in the region.
That’s when the US federal government decided to go back and rebuild the delta by digging up an old dam and pumping it up.
“The water was so polluted, it was killing our fish,” said Robert Anderson, an ecologist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
“We didn’t want the dam to collapse and it wasn’t the solution.
We had to get rid of it.”
So the US government started working with the French company Jumia Technologies to develop a new way to clean the Gulf and then began funding a large-scale study.
“I’ve been working on it for 15 years,” Anderson said.
“This is the first time we’re using this technology in the real world.”
But the new technology has a lot to do with the way seawater is captured in the United Kingdom.
“In this system, water is collected from the sea surface and then treated in a lab in a vacuum,” said John Osterholm, who is the director of the Marine Environment and Sustainability Center at the University of Texas at Austin.
“So, we have this huge amount of ocean surface water in our ocean that we have to collect and treat.”
In the US, the amount of water collected in the US has decreased by about 30 per cent since the mid-2000s.
That’s because, Osterhamm says, there’s less water to be taken out of the ocean for use in agriculture.
“But the water we are going to collect is the water that has been sitting there for a long time,” he said.
So how does it work?
The key to the technology is that a small piece of seawater will be sprayed into the bottom of a device called a filter.
Then, the water is pulled out of that water by gravity.
It works in this way: it takes the water out of water that is in the water column and the water in the column.
It then takes out water that’s floating on the bottom, which is the ocean’s sediment.
Then, as more and more water is pumped in through a system of pipes and pipes, the salt is extracted.
That salt is sent back to a tank and treated with a new compound called a reagent.
Then it’s sent back down into the sea, where it is pumped back into the Gulf to be treated again.
The reagent will be made from salt that’s already been extracted from the ocean.
So it takes a lot of water to make it.
“If you put a little bit of water in a jar, the whole thing is going to break down,” Ostermung says.
“Once it’s broken down, you can do a lot with it.
It’s a very effective way to do it.”
The process of extracting water from the water and using it to make reagents has been used for decades.
In fact, it’s the method used to make everything from paint to paints, including paint for the hull of boats.
But Osterhms system is different.
“It is the only method we have,” he says.
“We’re not using any other method.”
To make a rehydrated reagent, Ostenhamm first takes water from his tanks and pumps it into a machine that makes a paste.
He then mixes that paste with water, which he then injects into the machine.
The paste is then pumped into a tank that contains a small amount of seaweed, which contains the salt.
That salt is then extracted, filtered, and used as a reagents.
In the process, the seaweed is treated with an enzyme called reagent hydrolysis, which turns the seawater into an organic compound called arginine.
It is then added to the seaweeds’ solution, which has been processed into a solution that is used to treat seawater for use as reagents in future research.
This process creates a mixture that can then be mixed with water to create reagents that can be used to remove heavy metals and other chemicals from the seawaters.
“When we use this process, we’re able to get a lot more bang for our buck than we can using other methods,” said Ostenhms co-founder and CEO, Paul Jummia.
“And it also saves a lot money because it’s not expensive to create these reagents.”
The technology could change the lives and livelihoods of billions in just 10 years.
The Jumias team is working with universities in the