AquaB reveals new brand identity at World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit

Technology start-up AquaB Nanobubble Innovations Ltd launched a new corporate identity at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in London earlier this week. 

Agri-Tech, which took place from 26-27 September, saw more than 1,000 international agri-food professionals participate in two days of discussions and networking to accelerate the transition to sustainable and resilient agri-food systems. 

AquaB’s attendance focused on the application of the company’s groundbreaking electric field nanobubble generator units for the regulation of algae - an increasingly important intervention as algal blooms are impacted by climate change and the ensuing damage caused. The company also unveiled a refreshed brand identity with the aim of solidifying its position as a global pioneer in the field of water treatment technology.  

As the smallest, ultrafine bubble - 50 to 100 nm in size - nanobubbles are invisible to the eye but have distinct properties that make them transformative for a wide range of processes and applications. The potential of nanobubbles has been known for years, but the barrier to widespread adoption has been the challenge of developing energy efficient, controllable, reliable generation.

AquaB nanobubble generators utilise a novel method to generate nanobubbles using static electric fields. The method, lead-invented by Professor Niall English of AquaB, produce high concentrations of bulk nanobubbles at scale with minimal energy needs, precision control, solid state reliability and deployment flexibility.

Speaking after the Agri-Tech Innovation Summit, Professor English said: 

“As the potential commercial application of ultra-low energy nanobubble generation becomes ever more apparent, we were pleased to demonstrate the benefits of our technology to a wide range of businesses, organisations and researchers. 

“In the race to mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change, nanobubbles have the potential to transform the management of ecosystems for the benefit of the global food system, and the benefit of our planet. I’m hugely excited about the platform-wide possibilities this technology has, and it was encouraging to see so much interest in it at this event.” 

Prof. Niall English at World Water Tech North America