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Thankful Dogs

If you haven't already figured it out for yourself, AgBiomers love dogs! This holds true for a few lucky pups who found their forever homes with some of our employees. Starting with the smallest in size is Bean, a chihuahua adopted from a local[..]

future scientists

On October 20th, a group of AgBiome scientists packed up pipettes, plant pathogens, and insects, then made their way to the local Boys and Girls Club in Durham. AgBiomers were invited to share information on science topics and help students with[..]

Bugfest 2017

Year of the Dragonfly

 

Intern Bids AgBiome Farewell

Tessa Lacara shares some thoughts on her summer intern experience:

Agricultural-focused startups are blossoming in the Triangle

North Carolina, and the Triangle in particular, has quietly blossomed into a hotbed of startups that are applying cutting-edge technology to agriculture.

AgBiome featured in the News and Observer for Series B fundraising

Triangle companies increasingly seek out-of-state investors

RTP-based AgBiome raises $34.5M in funding

AgBiome Secures $34.5 Million Series B Financing

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- AgBiome LLC, a private company developing novel agricultural products to improve crop productivity, today announced that it has secured $34.5 million in Series B financing that will further[..]

Betting the farm on biotech: Companies use science to improve crops, livestock and other farm products.

AgBiome is situated in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, the largest Research Park in North Carolina. AgBiome was highlighted in a recent Business North Carolina article by Allan Maurer. To read the full article click on the link below.

Think All Businesses In RTP Are Huge? Think Again

AgBiome is situated in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, the largest Research Park in North Carolina. AgBiome was highlighted in a recent WUNC Business & Economy segment by Leoneda Inge. Have listen after the jump from the link below.

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