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Greenhouse projects at Lund University

The Greenhouse Program has been discontinued.

Greenhouse projects at Lund University 2018

  • SOLEA Azotea Gardener that introduce a clever, efficient and easy vegetable growing method combined with the cultural richness of traditional handicraft and kitchen gardening. It is a simple hydroponioc technique that gives high yield of high quality products with minimum effort.
  • SolarXbike makes loading stations for bikes powered by solar panels. The panels also doubles as roof shed for the bikes creating opportunity for increased commuter distance as well as safe and convenient bike parking. 
  • LITOCY Brush is a renewable kitchen cleaning set which consists of 2 types of dish brushes that are made of loofah and brass. It aims to offer users a great cleaning experience without the environmental impact of the current plastic brushes. With the easily assembled loofah head, people can replace only this part to avoid complete product waste. 
  • GRØNBID is an online platform and service for private customers to connect with each other in the nearby area to buy energy renovation projects as a group. The projects can be for example solar panels, solar batteries or electric car charging points – projects, which are relatively big decisions for households and cheaper to buy on a larger scale. 

Greenhouse Projects at Lund University 2017

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The edibles

Team: Divya Mohan, Brendan Crosse and Muhamad Syahir Suhaimi
About: ‘Eat Your Straw’ is edible, zero-waste straw made of edible starch assembled to fight the environmental effects of plastic straws. It will be a commercial business with strong social ideals. It can be fortified with specific vitamins or minerals, enabling us to target populations lacking those nutrients.

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Team: Danica Caganic and Sasa Farkas
About: Many companies in Sweden are focusing their CSR work outside Sweden´s boarder and many times the companies have a bad waste management installed. GePant have a solution to improve this - by offering LSR (Local Social Responsibility) by collection and donation of the company´s bottles and cans for refund to local non-profitable organisations. Donation of pledge to financial dependent organisations will give the possibility to keep organisation running, and at the same time, we save important resources.

GePant's website

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Connect 2 Colombia

Team: Martina Andersson and Sören Karlsson (partner in Sweden) and Gustavo Gutierrez Rubio (partner in Colombia)
About: Connect 2 Colombia’s vision is to provide green energy and clean water to the people of Colombia. We are located both in Sweden and Colombia and want to connect investors with the projects for a sustainable development in the poor areas as well as introducing Swedish (or European) inventions on the Colombian market.

Connect 2 Colombia's website

Team bugz

Team: Cory Rupert and Laura Horenberg
About: Bugz is in the process of developing a sustainable, environmentally friendly and healthy alternative feed source to livestock farmers. The product is made from insects and is free from antibiotics, pesticides and genetically modified organisms. Rich in protein and essential fatty acids, Buqz is the animal feed of the future!

Bugz's website


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Team: Jeremy Boom, Kristofer Rolf Söderström and Frida Levin
About: weAdventure is an online platform that serves as a marketplace connecting local adventure providers with outdoor enthusiasts, with a focus on ethical and environmental practices.

weAdventure's website

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