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Our interests:

We care about energy, human health and environment. 

Our interests are Renewable Clean/Green energy related. Including Biobattery, Bioenergy, Waste Water to Energy, Biological Catalysts, and Microbial Analysis Tools.
 
Compare to other clean energy alternatives, such as wind, tidal, hydraulic power and solar, the biological geen energy is
 
1, Not limited by weather, time of the day, season or geographical locations.
2, Cheap, renewable and easy to access.
3, Friendly and safe to our environment and eco-system.
4, Compatible with human and other biological systems.
5, Low maintenance and cost effective.
6, Provide long term, continuous and stand alone power, Integrade to supply for microgrid, or remote and/or potable electricity needs.   
  
What we do: 
Bioechem is a small business company established in 2014. The major focuses of the company R & D are:
1, Biological green batteries. We apply cheap biological components in battery to remove those caustic, toxic and expensive chemicals, turning batteries into organic and green energy conversion units.
2, Use waste water for electricity/power generation and clean it up at the same time.
3, Biological catalysts/electrodes, which may be used in energy production or storage as well as byproduct generations, such as electric catalysts and medi-care compounds. 
4, 3D microbial community analysis tool, Spatial Analytical Microbial Imaging (SAMI), is for critical microbial analysis, especially clinical applications.
5, Biodesel feedsource yield enhancement. We developed method to enhance the yield of biodesel microorganism efficiently. 
6, Biological air or water cleaning technology. 

                                             

Our research projects:

- Novel microorganisms for biological green batteries, electrochemical catalysts and electrodes, which is low cost, less health concerns and environmental friendly energy alternative. Can be applied for sensor, mobile devices or remote devices. 

- Microbial imaging analysis tool, Spatial Analytical Microbial imaging (SAMI), to diagnosis spatiotemporal identity and vitality of the cells in a pure or multi (two) species biomass or biofilm community. This technology may be applied to board fields including clinical, agrucultural, environmental etc. 

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Research progress:

1, Biological green batteries.

- We discovered an important compounds that impact the voltage output. By optimizing it, we are able to approach 1.0V for the size of 1cm^2 coin battery (20% improvement compare to the initially output voltage of 0.8V). (Jan. 24, 2017)

- Based on microscale study, we found out the better configuration for the reaction mechanisms. After optimization, we improve the voltage to 1.18V. (18% improvement). (Feb. 10, 2017)  

Ferther improved the structure and configuration. After optimization, we increased voltage to 1.213V. (3.3% improvement). (Feb.13, 2017) 

Test prove the new design of the cell, showing further improvement of power and stability. (Feb.21, 2017) 

Identify multiple mechanisms in the system. (Feb.23, 2017) 
Identify potential critical mechanisms resulted in the functional reactions and determined two methods to prove it and approach 20% more power output potentially. (Mar.07, 2017)
- Test and prove the critical mechanisms by using one of the two methods and proached another 20% improvement of the maximum voltage output to 1.446V. This value is in the same range of marketing hearing aid battery. (Mar.12, 2017)
- In durability test, alter the mechanism and improve the maximum voltage output 9% to 1.578V. (April 06, 2017)
- Further improve and approach 1.5 times longer duration. (April 19, 2017)
- Further improve and approach maximum voltage output of 1.65V. Durability test on 0.8V, 3 days on 2000ohm external resistance. ( May 12, 2017)
- With new discovery, the maximum current density is increased 3 times to 8.0mA/cm^2. (Jun 20, 2017)
- In a duration test, 15 days continuous stable power supply has been approached and is continuously generating power. Total power output is 1.685kWh/l, which is 6.7 times of lithium ion batter (250 Wh/l) and 16.8 times of that of lead acid battery (100Wh/l). (Oct.27, 2017)
 
 
 Global catalyst material broadcast:

Nickel market beware: Batteries can no longer be ignored

 

Support our work:

Supporting our work and further involve in our renewable energy projects by:

- Donating

- Project collabration

- Project investment

 

 

Contact:

info@bioechem.com 

Tel:  617.806.6586 

Fax: 617.297.9253 

186 Hampshire str, 

Cambridge MA, 02139, USA 

 

 

 

                                 

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Product and Development

Biological green batteries

R&D. Initial targeting is coin batteries in different size. 

Biological components for energy storage, such as catalyst, electrode and electrolyte

R&D, for more info. possibility of collaboration and product development, please contact info@bioechem.com

 

Spatial Analytical Microbial Imaging (SAMI)

Recent publication:
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Potentiostat (cheapstat)
 

Manual download

Specifications

Ag/AgCl reference electrode

 

 
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 Blog

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 Enrich and selection of superior culture current-withdrawing microorganism from the consortia of mixed communities has been successful.  The enrichment of the microorganisms significantly enhanced its electrochemical perfromance. A pure culture was isolated from this enrichment. Analysis of the isolate’s 16S rRNA gene sequence briefly revealed its a new genus.  This isolate was capable of generating higher cathodic current than any other published cathodic isolates and Confocal Laser Scan Microscope (CLSM) imaging results indicated a strong cathodic catalyzing potential of the microorganism and preliminary results suggest that electron transfer may be partially contributed via direct contact.  Research demonstrates that the microorganism can enhance cathodic current of microbial electrochemistry cell, battery and fuel cell.  

 


 

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