Maryland Inno: No it’s not a lava lamp. Baltimore startup finds growing market for its algae air purifying system

At first glance, the aerium might be mistaken for some sort of chic, green lava lamp. But it’s algae that gives this bubbling device its green hue.

The aerium is the signature product of AlgenAir, a Baltimore company founded by two biologists with recent PhDs. Spirulina algae grows inside, giving off oxygen after consuming carbon dioxide (CO2).

Read the full article on the Maryland Inno.

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