One of the main reasons why many years of research have failed to produce an effective treatment against harmful algal blooms (either cyanobacteria or algae) is the fact that most research happens in the lab, using axenic cyanobacteria or algae species under very controlled conditions.
However, when moving research into the field one faces the overwhelming complexity of the ecological system, including a variety of photosynthetic populations mixing together, as well as biotic and abiotic conditions, etc.
In order to learn more about our solution in diverse ecological systems and the possible effect on other areas, we are inviting scientists from all over the world to collaborate with us and even to challenge our discoveries.
If you have been working on HABs and have the capabilities to collect and analyze data in the field, you are most encouraged to apply by contacting us and we will get back to you to schedule you in our next round of field assays.
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