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Coastal Erosion: Photos from the field. A arial view of an eroded coasline.

Coastal erosion: photos from the field

A look at the coastal erosion experienced by a town on the Yucatan peninsula, where CCell is in discussions with local authorities through local partners to bring about a solution as fast as possible.

Tech - 10/12/19
CCell: How we grow reefs.
CCell: How we grow reefs.

A simple explanation of our two top questions "How do you build reefs?" and "Why?".

Tech - 22/11/19
Sustainable development goals and CCell
IES Webinar(2): Smart Power, Smarter Growing

Part 2 of our transcript of a recent webinar for The Institution of Environmental Sciences, focusing on the growth of artifical reefs using electrolysis and complex electronics.

Tech - 13/11/19
Sustainable development goals and CCell
IES Webinar(1): Coastal problems, Coral Solutions

Part 1 of our transcript of a recent webinar for The Institution of Environmental Sciences

Tech - 01/11/19
Cornstarch, Concrete and Crowdsourcing: 3D printed reefs
Cornstarch, Concrete and Crowdsourcing: 3D printed reefs

Three new ways to use 3D printing to rebuild coral reefs

Tech - 23/10/19
Sustainable development goals and CCell
Wind to Wave: My move to CCell

Our newest recruit discusses the power of wind and waves, the challenges they face and his work here at CCell.

Environment - 16/10/19
Sustainable development goals and CCell
Sustainable Development Goals and CCell

How we and other compaines work towards a fairer more sustainable world using the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Tech - 10/10/19
Composites Manufacturing 101: an arial shot of 3 CCell-Wave Paddles.
Composites Manufacturing 101

A deep dive into the advanced composites design and manufacturing techniques that allow us to produce low cost and lightweight CCell-Wave paddles anywhere in the world.

Tech - 10/02/19
Are Robotic Jellyfish the future of reef management? A Jennifish swimming rear a coral reef.
Are Robotic Jellyfish the future of reef management?

Researchers at the Florida Atlantic University have created a palm-sized robotic jellyfish that can float along ocean currents and monitor key variables like erosion and oxygen levels.

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