Anuka, biodiversidad aplicada



Anuka (algae in kichwa) is a research project that works on the use of endemic microalgae from Ecuador to fix large amounts of CO2 present in the environment in a highly efficient manner. We design and build biological filters that can be placed in highly polluted urban areas or in enclosed spaces to generate a pure environment, free of toxic gases. Anuka is a pioneer project in the region. Our objective is reduce air pollution and contribute to the mitigation of climate change, creating national scientific empowerment and making sustainable use of microbiological biodiversity.