Algenetix

  • Formed by Kapyon Ventures in 2010 to commercialize PhotoSeed technology for fuel applications
  • Developing synthetic biology platform to create microbes and crops for high oil content and high yield
  • Main focus is yeast and heterogeneous algae fermentation to produce oils
  • Also ...

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