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“There’s always an element of chance and you must be willing to live with that element. If you insist on certainty, you will paralyze yourself.“

- J.P. Getty (1892 – 1976)

“They did not know it was impossible so they did it.“

- Mark Twain (1835 – 1910)

MAT project at its inception - a metal structure of any size and shape is used as the cathode, to which live corals are grafted

Coralive.org project in the Maldives.

 

Corals are grown using MAT on "nursery" tables before being transplanted to their permanent location

MAT project at its inception - a metal structure with recently grafted live corals 

MAT project 12 months from inception with corals grown 3 - 4x faster than their natural growth rate 

Coral growth after 24 months with
Mineral Accretion Technology
Coral growth after 24 months  without electrolytic stimulation

Mineral Accretion Technology accelerates coral growth rates 4 - 5x

1 month

5 months

15 months

Corals have shown a 95% survival rate during coral bleaching events when in the presence of a Mineral Accretion Technology electrical field 

Stressed coral during elevated water temperature

Coral showing signs of recovery after 4 months in a MAT electrical field

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Top View

Shellfish can grow 4 - 5x faster when grown continuously in a MAT electrical field

MAT can grow limestone building materials with similar properties as concrete but with a 90% lower carbon footprint than traditional concrete