Cerahelix has been selected to present at the 2017 NREL Industry Growth Forum

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  February 27, 2017 Contact: Cerahelix, Inc info@cerahelix.com www.cerahelix.com   Cerahelix, a Maine startup company commercializing an energy efficient filtration technology, announced that it has been selected to present at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Industry Growth Forum in Denver, Colorado in April, 2017. Cerahelix was selected from a pool of innovative, emerging clean energy start-up companies from across the globe to present at this event. Since 2003, the selected companies have collectively…

Cerahelix wins the New Materials Innovation Platform pitch contest at Plug and Play’s EXPO day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2016 Contact: Cerahelix, Inc info@cerahelix.com http://www.cerahelix.com Cerahelix wins the New Materials Innovation Platform pitch contest at Plug and Play’s EXPO day Cerahelix, a Maine startup company which offers an energy efficient filtration technology announced that it has won the New Materials Innovation Platform pitch contest at Plug and Play’s EXPO day. The EXPO day pitch competition was the culmination of a 3 months’ accelerator program at Silicon Valley’s Plug and Play Tech center. Cerahelix was…

Astronaut’s Water – Making Reclaimed Water More Palatable

Transporting anything into space is extremely expensive, including water.That leaves astronauts drinking a filtered mixture that includes recycled shower water, old astronaut sweat, and urine. So why can’t we do what astronauts can and overcome the stigma of “toilet to tap water”? The phrase “toilet to tap” has become synonymous with the public’s aversion to water reclaimed from domestic sewage. Humans have a deeply ingrained disgust to anything that they associate with human waste even if there is overwhelming evidence that…

Profiles- Summer Interns 2016

This past summer Cerahelix had two interns: Cal Hamilton and Lydia MacKay. Cal worked in the lab as a technician, and Lydia produced marketing content and did administrative work. Both of them worked for Cerahelix prior to this summer. Cal spent his gap year working for Cerahelix after he graduated from Orono High School in 2014. Lydia did administrative work for Cerahelix during the summers when she was in high school; she graduated from John Bapst Memorial High School in…

How can we change from a disposable to a sustainable society?

We live in a disposable society: our clothes and appliances are designed to be used for a short time before they are thrown away and replaced. We use items like cell phones until they break or until a newer model comes out. Plastic bags and bottles are often used once and then thrown away. This disposable mindset reveals itself not only in the disposable consumer items produced by manufacturers, but also in the technologies they use to make them. Filters…

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