jFermi was involved in a research project with the University of Debrecen’s Space Nutrition Research Group, led by Professor Miklós Fári. The project aimed to culture facultative autotroph hydrogen-oxidizing bacteria (e.g. Cupriavidus necator) for the production of Polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) and Single-cell protein (SCP) for longer space missions. This serves as an excellent example of how jFermi’s open-source (JavaScript-based) software environment can quickly respond to users’ needs. A Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Electrolyzer driver was developed to regulate the flow of hydrogen and oxygen in a closed-loop system. The carbon dioxide flow was controlled using a general-purpose mass flow device.

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