Microbiologist Optical Physicist
We are looking for experts in "microbiologist optical physicist" to provide commentary and insights towards a startup that focuses on the real time detection of pathogens (lm, e. Coli) and pesticides in food samples and production environments.
We are an angel investing platform dedicated to connecting deep-tech startups with angel investors. By deep-tech we mean startups founded on scientific breakthroughs and technological innovations that create lasting impact on mankind.
As a participating expert* in this process, your involvement is limited to answering anywhere between 8-12 investor-submitted questions. This takes about 1 hour (+/-) . Once you are vetted, we send those questions via a web form for your responses. If your contribution is published, it will be view-able by potential investors in this startup, giving you an opportunity to make connections, socialize virtually, and gain bragging rights in a vibrant entrepreneurial and angel investing community.
*at this point, we cannot guarantee any monetary reimbursement. You do get insights to new upcoming technologies in your field and a tremendous networking opportunity!+undefined Other Responses
Agricultural Polymer Chemistry
We are looking for a polymer chemistry expert witness who has experience in agricultural applications.
The ideal person is someone who is likely a ph.D, who has experience as an expert witness and has submitted reports for litigation and patent matters. U.S. And canada based experts only please.
Please respond with your relevance to this request and your availability for a quick fit call.
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I am looking to discuss a water chemistry problem we are facing relating to calcium precipitation. I wonder if you could point me in the direction of someone in bristol who may be able to help us with this? I have tried a wide-range of people but it appears to be a very niche problem.
We have an algal problem in one of our recent swimming pools (unfortunately there was a phosphate contamination issue). Here, algae are forming a biofilm on the side of the pool. The main issue, however, is that the algae are causing calcium carbonate/limescale to precipitate out of the water at alarmingly high rates. We have a reasonable understanding about how this happens, but not why it is happening at this pool and at such an alarming rate.We are desperately trying to find a way to reduce the precipitation rates within the pool and we are unable to answer this question ourselves.
I have also attached a small spreadsheet containing some of the chemical analysis. Here, 'jaggards farm' is the pool with the precipitation problem. Is there anything among these data to suggest a reason? Any help/advice would be much appreciated. As would forwarding this email to anybody you may know who may be able to help.+23 Other Responses