Aquaseek team @ Princeton University

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The development of the innovative biopolymer used by Aquaseek to produce clean fresh water from air continues!!Today, we are undertaking electron microscope imaging to analize the microstructure of our new material, with the support of Dr.Bolzar of Forrest Meggers CHAOS Lab @ Andlinger Center for Energu and the Environment, Princeton University (US)


Aquaseek is ready for TechshareDay @ Italian Tech Week

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The solar-assisted prototype of Breathe is ready to be exposed at the Italian Tech Week in Turin. This is the first public event where the Aquaseek team presents its technology Breathe. Tomorrow, Tue Jun 24th interested visitors will be able to discuss with the Aquaseek inventors and the entrepreneurs about the revolutionary technology that will […]


Team presentation video released

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Aquaseek just realeased the video to present the team working on the Breathe technology. The solution is the result of a joint research of Politecnico di Torino and Princeton University. Now aims going out of laboratories to make water an unlimited resource for the word. Water, free as air.


New prototype at the Energy Center of Turin

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Aquaseek is installing a new full-scale prototype at the Energy Center of the city of Turin.  Teamwork just started this week, someone is good in making stuff, others in making selfies!!! The aim of the project is realizing a greenhouse module capable to produce veggies even in super arid climates. The system exploits the Aquaseek […]


Breathe prototype v1.3 ready!

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Breathe is the revolutionary atmospheric water generator by Aquaseek. It uses the two resources more available in nature: air and heat. Heat can be generated in several ways, from waste heat to cogeneration units. The Aquaseek team just finished making a full-scale prototype that uses solar-collectors as the thermal heat source. Solar power is simply […]