Does the thought of the amount of water that is wasted from washing vegetables keep you up at night? For most of us, probably not, but that is a problem that lots of Food and Ag companies face every day. The actual process of cleaning vegetables and reusing the water is a tiresome task that not only waste billions of gallons of water, but also requires lots of effort and money. As a result, Xinova is seeking innovative and cost-effective solutions that can make the vegetable cleaning process more efficient and more sustainable.
During this 30-minute webinar, RFI manager Shivani Ludwig described the problem being addressed and the scope of this RFI. As always, there was a Q&A after the main presentation.
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Shivani is currently an innovation development manager at Xinova. In this role, she works with innovators daily and manages their solutions from the early review stage in the Xinova pipeline, through presentation to the client, and then through initial development.
Shivani earned her PhD in bioengineering at the University of Washington. Her research focused on developing a new protein tool that could act as a controllable binding agent in many biomedical applications, from diagnostics to drug delivery. During this time, she also earned a certificate in Technology Entrepreneurship, worked as a research analyst at Intellectual Ventures, and served as a commercialization fellow for Washington Research Foundation through the University of Washington’s CoMotion program.
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