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Technical Services Partners
University of California, Davis and University of California, Irvine


University of California, Davis, Department of Viticulture and Enology

BOC has a research program with University of California, Davis, Department of Viticulture and Enology to investigate the implications of use of the Company’s patented bio-catalytic product, Phyto-C3™, in soil and crop productivity. This research program will examine the impact of Phyto-C3™ in enhancing soil microbiome, as well as the ability to improve water and nutrient management. Click here to visit the UC Davis Oakville Research Station.

University of California, Irvine, WEX Center

UCI Wex Center

BOC has a technical services agreement with the University of California, Irvine, Henry Samueli School of Engineering, whose associated, UCI Water-Energy Nexus (WEX) Center supports comprehensive and trans-disciplinary programs in water efficiency, energy efficiency, and greenhouse gas reduction. The UCI Water Energy Nexus Center (UCI WEX Center) promotes comprehensive and trans-disciplinary approaches to water efficiency, energy efficiency, and greenhouse gas reduction in an urban environment with a diverse, rapidly growing population.

The WEX Center’s mission is to advance the understanding of the water environment and the energy-water nexus for urban areas and their surroundings, in order to assist people and institutions in their efforts to promote health, enhance the efficient use of water resources and protect environmental values. The WEX aims to promote excellence in urban water research and education at UCI by facilitating the integration of research in basic and applied science, engineering, and social sciences. The WEX also aims to bridge with entities outside academia to advance societal and industrial applications of fundamental and applies research to inform and aid policy makers and to educate the public on urban water sustainability in Orange County, California, the United States and beyond.

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