We did it!
It was a dark and stormy night when…
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
On Friday, August 18th, the AgBiome Philanthropy group teamed up to help pack and deliver food to Durham residents through the Meals on Wheels program. The morning started with receiving food from one of the Meals on Wheels caterers, which was[..]
Year of the Dragonfly
BugFest 2017 was a huge success for the Museum of Natural Science and for the AgBiome team. Multiple AgBiomers from the entomology department and other functional groups spent the day showing kids and adults some of the[..]
This week we followed two AgBiome entomologists into the lab to get a taste of what working with insects can be like. And yes, a few people here do enjoy eating insects, YUM! Meet Marie Encarnacion and Elka Armstrong.
Tessa Lacara shares some thoughts on her summer intern experience:
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[..]
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[..]
To kick off our next series exploring different AgBiome labs and spaces, we wanted to start with one of the most exciting jobs in our company! Working in the greenhouse presents a lot of challenges when it comes to supporting multiple research[..]