Durham, N.C. – May 23, 2018 Arbiom was honored as Best Early-Stage Product Development Company in the 2019 Triangle Business Journal Life Sciences Awards for the second consecutive year. The TBJ Life Sciences Awards recognize both individuals and research organizations in the Research Triangle Park region that are blazing trails and breaking ground in this field.
“We are honored to once again be selected as a Life Science Award winner among other industry-leading individuals and companies based in Research Triangle Park,” said Marc Chevrel, Arbiom CEO. “In the past year we have expanded our production capabilities and through several promising animal feed trials, and this award is validation of our continued growth as we build further momentum toward product commercialization.”
We made it to the Global Finals of the 2019 Hello Tomorrow Challenge! From 4,500 applications, Arbiom has been named as 1 of 7 Industrial Biotech Track Finalists competing! Come hear us pitch in Paris on March 14-15. Read Press Release
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In the search for new resources to help bridge the protein supply-demand gap, much of the focus has centered on a two-sided question. How to increase protein production while also addressing sustainability challenges? How can we produce more food using less resources and reducing agriculture’s impact on the environment?
Technology is poised to play an increasingly important role in meeting protein supply-demand needs as market requirements continue to evolve and expand. New single-cell-based protein solutions offer promising ingredients for feed formulators, farmers and, ultimately, end consumers, bridging the gap between agronomy and industry and opening up the door to a new era of renewable resources that can be utilized to meet market demands head-on.
Ricardo Ekmay, PhD, Arbiom’s Animal Nutrition Director, explores the promising potential of single-cell protein as one solution to the global challenge of safely and sustainably feeding the future.
Durham, N.C., December 17th, 2018 – Arbiom, an agricultural-biotechnology company developing bio-processing technology to convert wood into food, announced today it has successfully produced tonnage quantities of its high-protein ingredient – SylPro® enhanced torula yeast – at a combined 80,000-L industrial fermentation scale with partners around the world. Read full press release here.
Arbiom was selected from over 4,500 applicants as one of the Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge Top 500 deeptech startups worldwide in the 2019 Industrial Biotech track competition. As one of the top 500 Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge finalists, Arbiom will attend the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit on March 14th-15th 2019, and present on Investor Day on March 13th to 100+ investors and industry experts. Read more here.
Durham, NC, October 10, 2018 – Arbiom was selected as a Start-Up Village participant at the upcoming European Forum on Industrial Biotechnology (EFIB), October 16-18, in Toulouse, France. The Start-Up Village brings together 24 emerging companies from around the globe offering innovative solutions in the industrial biotechnology and bioeconomy space. Read Press Release here: Arbiom selected for 2018 EFIB Start-Up Village
Arbiom was recognized for its proprietary bioconversion process technology, which converts wood into SylPro® enhanced torula yeast, a high-quality alternative to fish meal as a protein source in fish feed. SylPro is a nutritional, economical, traceable and sustainable protein-rich ingredient with enhanced amino acid content that has been developed to meet the needs of aquaculture farmers and feed formulators who are faced with two critical challenges: protein sourcing and gastrointestinal health.
“With fish meal supply shortages and price volatility, the aquaculture industry is trending towards alternative protein sources in feeds,” said Amélie Drouault, Partnerships Manager at Arbiom. “Our technology is addressing these concerns by integrating wood – a historically non-food material – into the food supply chain, producing a natural, sustainable and traceable protein source that is industrially scalable.”