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OLEV selected as 1 of 10 emerging technologies in 2013 by World Economic Forum
Date:2/14/2013

stimulus. The process of healing is not repeatable forever, because the material(s) in the crack plane from previous healings would build up over time.

Energy Efficient Water Purification:

Increasing water scarcity has led to the widespread use of reverse osmosis, evaporation and other energy intensive techniques. Energy-efficient technologies for water desalination such as those based on Forward Osmosis can now be deployed modularly at large scale. Such approaches have been shown to reduce energy consumption by over 50% and can utilize steam or heat from a variety of renewable sources such as solar-thermal, geothermal and industrial co-generation heat. Applications ranging from municipal and industrial to recovered water in oil & gas applications can benefit from such innovations.

CO2 Conversion and Use:

Large investments in CO2 capture and sequestration motivated by greenhouse gas emission concerns have yielded no economically viable large scale approaches to date. New technologies that consume/convert CO2 into saleable goods can better address the need for carbon mitigation. Specifically, the use of engineered photosynthetic bacteria producing secreted liquid fuels or chemicals in modular, solar-converter systems offer a path for CO2 emitters to generate revenues where they once had costs. These systems operate today at the acre scale and are expected to reach 100's of acres during the next 18-24 months, with land productivities that are 10-100 fold greater than comparable biofuels based on agricultural or algal feedstock. The same platforms are now also being deployed to produce nutritional ingredients such as pure human dietary proteins meant to augment or replace whey or soy proteins.

Enhanced Nutrition to Drive Health at the Molecular Level:

The adverse health effects of human malnutrition are mainly modulated through changing the composition and quantity of foods consumed. Modern
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Contact: Lan Yoon
hlyoon@kaist.ac.kr
82-423-502-295
The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
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