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Grasshopper Harvester
Killing two birds with one stone is a common way to describe one solution that takes care of two problems. This invention kills three. The destruction of grassland and crops via locusts and other grasshoppers; The ever-increasing need for protein creation and human consumption; and Farmer’s need to feed their livestock with protein-rich food. This...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz, Elena Ball, Jake Vartanian, Cecilia Stoesser, Anthony Hazou, John Dodge, Emma Huffman, Zepeng Cai
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Entomology, Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Food Science & Nutrition
Solar Tower to Dry Food Waste on a Large Scale
This invention is an innovative greenhouse designed to dry food waste at scale. This radical design maximizes the temperature gradient within the tower to minimize drying time. The solar dryer uses solar radiation, requiring minimal energy input. The dried food waste can be stored and used as needed to fertilize fields, feed livestock, or sold as a...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Agricultural Engineering, Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Renewable Energy > Solar/Photovoltaic
TomCats (Tomato Caterpillars)
This invention is the production of protein-rich caterpillars. Background: Population growth and increasing standards of living require significantly greater food production. Animal protein sources demand high-intensity uses of land, water, and energy. In many cultures insects are traditionally served as an alternative protein source. These sustainably...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Food Science & Nutrition, Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Entomology
Rearing Mealworms on Beer and Vegetable Waste in a Self-Contained System
This invention is a sustainable and waste-free system for farming mealworms as a protein source for human consumption. Background: Environmental efforts have created a demand for an alternative protein source for human consumption. Beef, pork, and chicken protein produce a significant amount of greenhouse gas, there is a need for a complete protein...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Entomology
Passive, Solar, Large-Scale Drying System For Agricultural Waste
This invention is a large-scale passive solar system for drying large quantities of agricultural waste. Background: Environmental efforts have created a demand for an alternative protein source for human consumption. As beef, pork, and chicken protein produces a significant amount of greenhouse gas, there is a need for a complete protein source...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz, Murat Kacira
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Agricultural Engineering, Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Entomology
Sustainable Protein Source with Zero Waste
This invention uses waste streams to produce protein-rich foods. Background: Global population and standards of living continue to increase. This strains available resources, particularly with regard to costs of food production. Animal products require high amounts of land, water, and energy use. However, alternative production methods can provide...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Entomology, Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Food Science & Nutrition
Tree Caterpillar Traps
This invention relates to caterpillars as a sustainable food source. Background: Land, water, and energy use required for food production strain available resources, and will continue to do so as the global population and standards of living increase. Protein sources, such as meat, often require significantly more intensive resource use. Traditionally...
Published: 7/15/2022   |   Inventor(s): Goggy Davidowitz
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture & Horticulture > Entomology