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Here are some projects that we are working on for 2017 & 2018
The elimination and / or neutralization of pharmaceuticals drugs and chemicals in drinking water. This bioaccumulation of products should be eliminated in a simple, efficient method.
Our objective is to contribute an economic approach to increase crop production (quality and quantity). The project concerns everything that grows on the land. It is intended for farmers who want to improve their yield and profitability. Our preliminary studies show 13 to 18% more efficiency ... 
Oxygen is an essential part of our lives. One of the major gases in the atmosphere, oxygen accounts for 21% of the atmosphere. We are presently developing a system that increases the level of oxygen in public parks (above the normal level) and reduce carbon emissions in surrounding areas. This process will also absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Our potential applications are cities where the degree of pollution is very high.
We have found a way to irradicate the Dickeya dianthicola, a bacteria that causes the rotting disease and.causes significant losses in some potato producing areas. Dickeya infections have been recorded on various potato cultivars in Europe and North America. We are at the field test stage.
Convert desert sand into fertile soil.
Our project is to convert desert sand into fertile soil using a new method our scientists have developed. The new method will help turn desert areas into an ideal land for agriculture and in addition it will: Reduce foul smell / Reduce Carbon emission / Oxygenate the soil. We are at the second successful field test stage.

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Serpula lacrymans, (la mérule pleureuse), is known as the dry rot fungus and is the most dangerous and destructive of the wood destroying fungi. It can cause extensive damages by decomposing the carbohydrates of wood materials in houses. It can also cause structural damage to masonry. It has been found in buildings, on all five continents, Europe, North and South America, Oceania, and Asia.