- Lower carbon footprint
- Reducing synthetic chemical residues on food
- Reducing worker exposure to synthetic pesticides
- Overcoming pest resistance that limits most synthetic chemical pesticides
AgBiome is a biotechnology company located in the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. We discover, develop, and commercialize innovative biological and trait products for crop protection.
Investors & Partners
AgBiome is supported by a powerful syndicate of outstanding investors.
ARCH Venture Partners
Premier provider of seed and early stage venture capital for technology firms, with a special competence in co-founding and building firms from start-up.
Harris and Harris Group
Venture capital company specializing in nanotechnology and microsystems that operates as a business development company under the Investment Company Act of 1940.
Aliment Capital is a pioneering growth capital investor in food and agriculture technology.
The University of Texas Investment Management Company (UTIMCO) UTIMCO is a 501(c)(3) external investment management corporation formed to oversee investments for The University of Texas and Texas A&M Systems. Created in March 1996, UTIMCO was the first external investment corporation formed by a public university system.
Novalis LifeSciences LLC is an investment and advisory firm for the Life Science industry. Novalis was founded in 2017 by Marijn E. Dekkers and invests in small to medium size, innovative Life Science companies.
AgBiome has three strategic investors. These firms receive no special rights for their equity investments.
Leaps by Bayer, a new innovation initiative whose mission is to aim for fundamental breakthroughs in the life sciences – ‘leaps’ that have the potential to change our world for the better.
Novozymes Novozymes is the world leader in biological solutions. Together with customers, partners and the global community, the company helps improve industrial performance while preserving the planet’s resources and helping build better lives. As the world’s largest provider of enzyme and microbial technologies, its bioinnovation enables higher agricultural yields, low-temperature washing, energy-efficient production, renewable fuel and many other benefits that we rely on today and in the future.