It has become crowd funding site Indiegogo’s most successful project. Initially the Andersons were looking for $75,000 to develop the invention’s commercial potential. Instead their company, Flow Hive, raised $12.2 million.
They explain how their new system works in the video below.
Bill Condie is a science journalist based in Adelaide, Australia.
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