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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[..]

AgBiome Seminar Series

Pizza, Cookies and Science

At AgBiome we continue the grand tradition of participating in science seminars. It takes us back to our student days when we could stretch our grocery budget farther if we attended seminars with free pizza and cookies.[..]

THRIVE Announces 2019 Top 50 Report Highlighting Leading Growth Stage Companies & Unicorn Predictions in Food and AgTech

AgBiome named to THRIVE Top 50 for the Second Straight Year San Francisco, March 13, 2019 – AgBiome, a private company harnessing the plant microbiome for novel agricultural pest solutions, is honored to announce that the company has been named[..]

Agbiome's Beliefs and Behaviors

Our company operates on a so-called self-managed system.  Our employees enthusiastically embrace it, and communicate expansively about it.  But what is self management? Does it just mean that you don’t have a line supervisor?  Does it mean you[..]

A day in the formulations lab

Many of you may be wondering, “What is formulations and what happens in a formulations lab?” And no, formulation scientists do not spend their days mixing formula for infants, although our lab might smell better if they did. Formulations is the[..]

Philanthropy committee in action

According to research on the science of giving, charitable acts done at and through work increase employee job satisfaction, work performance, and personal happiness. It’s not surprising that doing good, feels good, which is one of the many[..]

Lost Among Green Giants

I had lost all sense of direction. No longer could I tell where north was, where I parked the car, or even where my partner went. Each step forward brought me deeper into this jungle. Leaves smashing into my face, scratching up my arms, pollen[..]

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.

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[..]

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