Michael Miller

Michael Miller is a biochemist who worked as a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) scientist in Building 37 (Life Sciences) in the Water and Food Analytical Laboratory (W.A.F.A.L.) at NASA’s LBJ Space Center (Houston). During his years at NASA, Mr. Miller was part of the research and development team charged with developing a closed-loop water recycling and reuse system for the Space Station Freedom. On this R&D team, his focus was water purification through the use of activated carbons/charcoals and the treatment of pure water with residual additives to keep it free of biological growth. After his time at NASA, Mr. Miller worked as a research and development scientist for Exxon Chemical Company in water-based polymer adhesives and coatings and later for American Colloid’s subsidiary Colloid Environmental Technologies Company (CETCO) where he specialized in modified organoclays and activated carbons/charcoals. 

From the founding of Nutraneering on January 11th, 2011 (1/11/11) to the present (2024), Michael has held an equity position with Nutraneering and has been the CEO of Nutraneering Incorporated since its incorporation as a California corporation in 2019. As CEO, Michael is personally in charge of product development, testing, and quality control as well as continuing to lead the Nutraneering team.