IndieBio

indiebio is the avatar of Bernelle Verster.

Blog: indiebio.co.za/blog

 

This is my blog. The warts and all, no sacred cows one. It is public, so feel free to quote me. But it's not censored so if you get angry, too bad. I hope there's some learnings in here for others, but mostly it's just a place to post things if I need to link to them.

 

While these thoughts are my own, I try to stay sensitive to the fact that it is a public blog, and that these views do influence my other public profiles and roles. Sometimes things slip through, that maybe should have stayed private, but that's part of the game.

Company website: merahmas.co.za

 

Globally, we are moving more towards a bioeconomy, or bio-based economy. Biological processes fundamentally happen in water, and as such this global move is impacting water use significantly. We have identified wastewater as the most critical bottleneck in making a bioeconomy function sustainably, and thus we are working towards turning wastewater into an opportunity.

About me: indiebio.co.za/contact

 

I'm called the water maverick. I'm an all round disrupter. My passion is using interfaces to learn to change systems: At once within and apart. My latest project, apart from finishing the neverending PhD, is helping to organise the Debian Developers Conference to be hosted in Cape Town in 2016 (DebConf16). I was part of the TEDxCapeTown team for a while.