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| June 14, 2021

Leading Nanobubble Tech Company ‘Moleaer’ Secures $9M Series B Funding led by S2G Ventures

New investments from S2G Ventures, ADM Capital & Energy Innovation Capital recognizes company growth and impact on the future of sustainable food production, water treatment...

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5 minute read
| April 28, 2021

Moleaer & IDC to Mitigate Climate Impacts on California’s Agriculture Industry

New agreement provides California farmers with access to Moleaer’s nanobubble irrigation technology, proven to increase efficient nutrient uptake, improve water usage, and...

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5 minute read
| March 23, 2021

Moleaer Commits to Tackling the Global Recreational Water Crisis

Company appoints new Director of Surface Water Treatment, signs new deals in the USA and UAE to eliminate harmful algae blooms and bacteria from recreational waters 

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5 minute read
| March 2, 2021

NovaCropControl Research Center Confirms Moleaer’s Nanobubbles Produce More Efficient Nutrient Uptake and Water Usage

Study conducted by NovaCropControl found Moleaer’s oxygen-enriched nanobubbles improve root health, nutrient uptake, and ultimately tomato size while maintaining nutrient...

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4 minute read
| January 11, 2021

Moleaer’s Nanobubbles Proven Solution to E. coli & Listeria

New research from Virginia Tech confirms nanobubbles can provide a sustainable, chemical-free alternative for cleaning food surfaces

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6 minute read
| December 7, 2020

Moleaer Launches IoT Solutions for Improving Water Quality, Aquatic Health and Preventing Harmful Pathogens

Partnering with AMI Global, Moleaer's second-generation nanobubble generator provides real-time remote monitoring of water quality and equipment

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5 minute read
| November 2, 2020

Moleaer Treating East Bay Regional District’s Lake Temescal

Nanobubble technology pilot to improve the health of LakeTemescal

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4 minute read
| October 26, 2020

Moleaer & ASU confirm nanobubbles produce reactive oxygen species, hydroxyl radicals, known to eliminate hard-to-kill pathogens

Research continues to show nanobubbles eliminate harmful pathogens and remove hard-to-treat contaminants from water

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4 minute read
| September 29, 2020

Moleaer’s Nanobubbles Part of Solution to Seafood-Borne Pathogens

New research from Virginia Tech confirms nanobubbles combined with ultrasound create an antimicrobial approach to inactivate Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Aeromonas hydrophila

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