Arborea is a pioneering biotechnology start-up which use their novel artificial leaf technologies to revolutionise the fight against global warming and air pollution's deriving issues into our cities.
Based at Imperial College Incubator in London, Arborea is developing bio-based products for the urban environment based on its novel "Carbon bio-converter" technology. Mostly composed by tailored microorganisms, Arborea's novel technology harness biological photosynthesis in a complete new way by converting CO2 into breathable oxygen and clean energy.
Arborea is now implementing its air purifying technology into indoor and outdoor building architectural system to enable energy self-sufficient, healthy and carbon-neutral buildings for the good of our planet and society.
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