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David Rabanus

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Great endeavor! I'd like to have an MFC to power my home.
Jun 29, 2016
Engineering E. coli to Treat Wastewater and Generate Energy
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You might be interested in samples of cacti from the Atacama desert, Chile. Please let me know how to retrieve and send samples properly, if you wish.
Apr 04, 2015
Sequencing the Cactus Genome to Discover the Secret of Drought Resistance
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You might be interested in samples of cacti from the Atacama desert, Chile. Please let me know how to retrieve and send samples properly, if you wish.
Apr 04, 2015
Sequencing the Cactus Genome to Discover the Secret of Drought Resistance
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Yes! That's what we need: Understand how plants cope with drought. Great project.
Apr 02, 2015
Sequencing the Cactus Genome to Discover the Secret of Drought Resistance
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Have you got any plans to "revamp" this idea and try again? I'd be interested to support a second try...
Mar 28, 2015
Developing the Smallest Solar Cell
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What a great idea! I wish you all the best!
Feb 26, 2015
Water Purification for Developing Countries
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Great to hear that this is being tackled. Unfortunately I found this project too late. Will follow your progress! Good luck and all the best!
Feb 26, 2015
Application of Graphene into an Electric Vehicle
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What a great data set! Have you you considered formulating a data mining challenge on kaggle.com? That would put very experienced brains on the task of finding sequence correlations, commonalities, deviations etc. in your samples... Best regards and all the best! - David
Dec 10, 2014
Azolla, a little fern with massive green potential
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I wish you all the best! Do you intend to compete in the Seawater Desalination Challenge (https://herox.com/seawaterdesal)? I do. Maybe we can team up? Regards - David
Nov 03, 2014
Water purification: Exploring alternate approaches using 3D printed membranes
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Good luck! I'm also an owner of an OpenROV. Their forum is quit a treasure trove on ideas...
Sep 09, 2014
The Ecological Impact of Invasive Lionfish (Pterois volitans and P. miles) in Bermuda
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Great idea! Especially the electron generation density must be mind boggling, if there was one p-n junction per molecule. Have you estimated the current densities coming out of such a device, e.g. out of a macroscopic strip of 1 cm^2? I fear that your envisioned budget for this project is on the low end, however...
Sep 09, 2014
Developing the Smallest Solar Cell
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So interested in the results! Pls keep me in the loop! We want to develop a gamified literacy project, and your contributions seems essential to that, I expect. Best regards - David
Aug 24, 2014
Educational computer games: How long do benefits last?
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