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AgBiome LLC Secures Series C funding

Research Triangle Park, NC (July 17,  2018) - AgBiome LLC, a private company harnessing the plant microbiome for novel agricultural pest solutions, announced today that it has secured $65 million in Series C financing that will help the company[..]

AgBiome Collaboration with Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research Published in Cell Host & Microbe

Research Triangle Park, NC, July 11, 2018 -

return of the intern

The 2018 AgBiome Summer Internship participants. Pictured from left to right: Morgan Rose, Megan Mackowiak, Madison Rackear, Jacob Hyman, Leah Gilmore, and Saunia Withers.

AgBiome Awarded Multi-Year Grant for Biological Nematicide Project

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, JUNE 14, 2018 -- AgBiome, LLC has recently been awarded a multi-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the area of nematology. The project, entitled “Biological Nematicides for Root and Tuber Crops”,[..]

FOODLOGIQ ANNOUNCES BLOCKCHAIN PILOT ALONGSIDE INDUSTRY LEADERS

  AgBiome Innovations is thrilled to announce we have partnered with FoodLogiQ to explore the use of blockchain technology in the agriculture supply chain. Full press release:

AgBiome is One of Inc. Magazine’s Best Places to Work

 AgBiome is one of the highest-scoring businesses with standout employee engagement

Welcome to the Office, Dogs Encouraged

CRISPR-Cas, A Gene editing tool

Did you know bacteria have immune systems? Yes, even bacteria need to have a way to fight off viruses that make them sick! Bacterial immune systems differ from human immune systems - humans are multicellular and can dedicate whole organs, and[..]

A day in the plant pathology lab

Did you know that plants can get sick like humans and animals!? It’s true, and at AgBiome we make products to control insects, weeds, nematodes, and plant pathogens. While a majority of human pathogens are viruses and bacteria, most plant[..]

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