What will the fuel of the future be? There are many candidates but one of the most promising is the initiative with fast-growing algae to produce hydrogen. Scientific research has come quite far and we at LOTS like to visualize and explore how algae farms can be a part of the urban landscape. Included in urban objects and structures, the algae farms are creating patterns, colors and forms making an attractive meeting between nature and the urban landscape.

The issue is in focus when researchers and business developers meet up to explore future possibilities with innovations inspired by nature at Bioinspired Forum at Albanova/KTH in Stockholm on October 15. The aim of this event is to catalyze both design and technology transfer among science, entrepreneurship, design, and architecture. It will allow business developers and investors to identify a vast new field for investments.

This is a post by David Report contributor Hanna Ljungström.