Our Research Grounded in Science, Empowered by Collaborative Partnerships

At Hydrosome Labs, our commitment to advancing ultrafine bubble technology is rooted in a robust, science-first approach. Our dedicated team, comprised of PhD and Master’s level scientists, spearheads our research and development efforts. To date, we’ve embarked on over 100 scientific studies, forging partnerships with leading academic and clinical research institutions such as the University of Chicago, University of Illinois, Berkeley Labs, Cornell, NC State, TRI Princeton, SGS, and KGK, to explore the vast potential of ultrafine bubbles.

These collaborative efforts have yielded more than 120 studies, each contributing to our deepening understanding of ultrafine bubble science. Our research encompasses a wide range of applications, from enhancing water quality to improving agricultural yields and beyond. By working alongside esteemed universities and clinical research laboratories, we are not just exploring the boundaries of what ultrafine bubbles can do; we are setting new standards for innovation and efficacy in the field.

Improved Carnosine Delivery

In this study, Hydrosome Labs contracted with TRI Princeton to investigate improved skin permeation of carnosine when formulated with Hydrosome H2O. Carnosine is a common skincare active ingredient used for its anti-oxidant and anti-aging effects.

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Improved Zinc Uptake

In this study, Hydrosome Labs partnered with a third party laboratory to show the cellular uptake of zinc in deionized water as compared to Hydrosome H2O. Zinc is heralded for its health benefits and the ability of Hydrosome H2O to effectively deliver this nutrient could lead to better outcomes for consumers.

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Enhanced Fermentation Yields

In this study, Hydrosome Labs partnered with a leading precision fermentation company to observe the growth differences in Pichia Pastoris in the presence of Hydrosome H2O. The ability of Hydrosome H2O to enhance microbial fermentation yields can make it a valuable technology for a multitude of industries.

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Improved Niacinamide Delivery

In this study, Hydrosome Labs contracted with TRI Princeton to investigate improved delivery of niacinamide when formulated with Hydrosome H2O. Niacinamide is a common skincare active ingredient used to improve skin resiliency and texture.

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