AgBiome News

AgBiome

Recent Posts

Genective and AgBiome Announced Strategic Partnership

CHAMPAIGN, IL and RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC, December 11, 2019 – Genective, a joint venture between Limagrain and KWS, dedicated to the development of transgenic traits, and AgBiome, a leader in the discovery and development of new technology[..]

AgBiome Featured on UNC-TV

AgBiome was featured recently on the UNC-TV program "Sci NC". They spoke with the COO of AgBiome Innovations, Toni Bucci, and several of our scientists who are involved in a variety of our research projects. Watch how AgBiome’s unique corporate[..]

AgBiome Awarded Phase II Grant to Combat Major Pest of African Subsistence Crops

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., September 12, 2019 — AgBiome, Inc., a leader in harnessing the plant microbiome, has received Phase II grant funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to continue the discovery of microbes that target[..]

AgBiome Announces R&D Collaboration with Elanco for Swine Nutritional Health Innovation

Research Triangle Park, NC. (June 27, 2019) – AgBiome, Inc. announced today a new global R&D collaboration with Elanco Animal Health Incorporated (NYSE: ELAN), to develop nutritional health products for swine. The collaboration further[..]

Late Researcher’s Wish Fulfilled

Sharing from the UC Davis News site:

Movin' Microbes

We did it!

AgBiome on the "The Food Fix" Podcast

AgBiome's Brooke Bissinger was featured recently on the podcast The Food Fix in the episode titled "Teaching a Sweet Potato Self-Defense". Check out the full recording and the article here

Intern Bids AgBiome Farewell

Tessa Lacara shares some thoughts on her summer intern experience:

Howler Fungicide Receives EPA Registration

Highly efficacious fungicide for specialty crops developed by AgBiome

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. [August 22, 2017] – AgBiomeTM announced today that HowlerTM fungicide received registration from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The[..]

AgBiome Volunteers with Seeds

On June 23rd, AgBiome was sweating it out at the community garden. Seeds is a non-profit organization with a 2 acre urban garden in the city of Durham, NC. Students that visit Seeds can harvest produce and bring it into the kitchen classroom[..]

1 2 3 4

Recent Posts