Extremo Technologies

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Extremophiles are organisms on Earth with unique features for survival. Extremo Technologies introduces the novelty of bonding EXTREMOPHILES with innovative solutions not only on Earth but also in Space exploration.

Extremo Technologies uses unique microalgae in in-house designed products to support the future of life in space and on Earth. The microalgae bio-panel supports crew space missions through effective CO2 sequestration and O2 production. The bio-panel is based on unique species of extremophilic microalgae to create innovative bio-regenerative solutions. The microorganisms show oxygen production effectiveness, rapid growth, fast adaptation, and rich biomass; they can be cultivated in wastewater (proved in the preliminary research).

The product is designed to be implemented for the closed-loop system. The company is built around a product that can be tailored for use in crewed deep space missions needing a sustainable and resource-independent approach for air revitalization. We connect science and art in our products providing exceptionally effective species to produce oxygen and rich algal biomass.

The team is made up of highly qualified scientists from various fields, including biotechnology, engineering, architecture, and education. Their also collaborate with supporters and advisors who share their vision that innovations come from collaboration and diversity. That’s why they have taken a multidisciplinary approach to create a sustainable future with extremophiles.

Extremo Technologies targets two markets:

1. the space sector, including space stations and future habitats as well as public and commercial facilities, dedicated to long-term duration crew missions, and
2. the terrestrial building and design industry that must meet the United Nations’ 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development standards and be climate-change resilient. The product is a multifaceted solution for both everyday architecture and offices, but also facilities in extreme environments such as polar stations, research stations, and architecture in emerging regions.


Visit website: https://extremo.tech