GreenCell develops the GNUL Bio Processor

GreenCell Research Pty Ltd has now taken these ideas to the next level.

Utilizing the intellectual property of Ian Wright, GreenCell Research Pty Ltd constructed a number of bio-processors at Yatala, Queensland to prove the concept.

Scientists from the Atmospheric Research Facility at CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, provided advice on algae selection.

To minimize the use of land and water resources, a proprietary bio-processor was created to grow the algae.

Invoplas Pty Ltd, a plastics R & D company, built the processors.

The final bio-processor has been named the GNUL – “lung” in reverse – breathing in CO2 and breathing out O2.