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The science behind Intrinsyx Bio begins in the mountains of Northern Washington. That’s where you’ll find poplar and willow trees growing along the banks of glacial melt rivers. These resilient trees grow in unusually harsh conditions. The soil is rocky, sandy, and lacks nutrients. Temperatures range from extreme heat to heavy snowfall. The climate [...]
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Intrinsyx Bio is one of several promising young start-up companies featured at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco this week. The summit is a prominent industry event that brings together over 2700 innovative companies and investors with the goal of moving transformational agricultural technologies out of the lab and into the [...]
Intrinsyx Bio, a leading provider of biological nutrition products that increase crop yields and optimise fertilizer usage, has appointed Greg Thompson as CEO and a member of its board of Directors. After serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors for more than a year, Thompson will manage the company’s rapid growth and [...]
Press Release - February 2022 SABIC signs Technology Collaboration agreement with Intrinsyx Bio Patented endophyte solutions increase crop yields and reduce nitrogen use through biological nitrogen fixation PALO ALTO, CA (FEB 15, 2022) — SABIC, a global leader in diversified chemicals with a focus on agri-nutrients, has signed a technology collaboration agreement with [...]
PALO ALTO, CA (DEC. 6, 2021) — Intrinsyx Bio, one of the nation’s leading biological companies focused on the development and commercialization of agricultural products using plant microbes, has appointed Greg Thompson as Chairman of the Board. Thompson, 48, was one of the original founders of Verdesian Life Sciences, a North Carolina-based agricultural [...]
Authors; Michelle Ma Phosphorus is a necessary nutrient for plants to grow. But when it’s applied to plants as part of a chemical fertilizer, phosphorus can react strongly with minerals in the soil, forming complexes with iron, aluminum and calcium. This locks up the phosphorus, preventing plants from being able [...]
Endophytes in Space: How microbial plant probiotics could help grow food crops in microgravity and on other worldsIntrinsyx Bio2021-01-20T19:17:22+00:00
Authors; Michelle Ma, John Freeman, Ahsan Ali Astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS) and one day on the moon or Mars will need to grow fresh food with limited resources under environmental stress. A student led research team of microbiologists, plant scientists and space hardware engineers recently sent rice [...]