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The Bits of Future: Food for All Project

il progettoThe Bits of Future: Food for All project was created with the sole purpose of bringing to Africa, and in general to Developing Countries, a technology able to make the best use of what nature has given us, without wasting food resources for any other purposes and without creating disharmony or imbalance. Such technology is HYST.
The project targets specific developing countries and provides them with HYST machines for free. This technology maximizes the local agricultural resources and provides the population with the means to live a dignified life, thus helping to create a more stable economic system.


The Scienza per Amore Association, in collaboration with the BioHYST company, will provide for the construction and installation of HYST units in Africa, as well as the necessary personnel’s professional training.

The first step will involve an agreement with the governments concerned and agricultural biomass testing in the country.

Once the testing results have been analyzed, the technical-organizational feasibility and the project-financing methods will be defined as well as the areas in which to allocate the first pilot plants. This will allow us to identify what specific HYST machine suits the local situation best. Subsequently it will be possible to create self-sufficient industrial sites (from the energy and water point of view).progetto

The plant will be designed and implemented by a BioHYST subsidiary created ad hoc on-site, alongside one or more government-owned companies, in whatever form of partnership is considered most appropriate.

The BioHYST subsidiary will own the core of the industrial plant, i.e. HYST machines; the government-owned companies will own all the collateral equipment necessary to start up the industrial site.

Local workers will be employed and the BioHYST local office will progressively take on less of an operational role and more the role of guarantor of the purpose for which the plant was donated: the well-being of the population.