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[..]
Research Triangle Park, NC, July 11, 2018 -
The 2018 AgBiome Summer Internship participants. Pictured from left to right: Morgan Rose, Megan Mackowiak, Madison Rackear, Jacob Hyman, Leah Gilmore, and Saunia Withers.
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[..]
In honor of Valentines Day, we asked AgBiomers what they love, and OH did their responses compile quite an interesting word list. Which got me thinking…
AgBiome was recently named to the THRIVE 50 in Biotechnology. Named annually by SVG Partners, this is the first time AgBiome has been part of this group.
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Agbiome Not a creature was stirring, not even a lab gnome.The flasks were put in the shakers with care, In hopes that new discoveries soon would be there.
The stinkbugs were nestled, all snug[..]
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[..]
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[..]