FA Bio Launches Their New Values!

Today, the 21st of May, we embrace World Day for Cultural Diversity. A day for celebrating and supporting the variety of cultural traditions all over the world.  Inaugurated by UNESCO in 2002, it promotes the value of intercultural understanding and the protection of diversity.  As a diverse team made up of over 15 nationalities, FA … Read more

FA Bio Announce its Latest ‘Culture Champion’

Each quarter the team at FA Bio vote to nominate the next deserving recipient of the ‘Culture Champion’ award. Celebrating those whose contributions to the team and living of company values deserves recognition.  Continuing the initiative to grow and nurture the companies’ culture is highlighted by the latest recipient of ‘FA Bio’s Culture Champion’ award; … Read more

FA Bio appoint Sophie Pickering and Dr Jonathan Tudor as Directors

As part of its next phase of growth, FA Bio appoint two new Directors from leading UK and European impact investors FA Bio, the revolutionary agriculture microbial discovery and development company, has appointed Sophie Pickering, Investment Manager at Pymwymic, and Dr Jonathan Tudor, Investment Partner at Clean Growth Fund, as Directors. Having secured a £5.3 … Read more

FA Bio awarded funding to assess effects of drought stress on the global food crop maize

BBSRC awards grant funding to FA Bio for its project to develop a protocol to grow maize plants under drought stress, in collaboration with CHAP. FA Bio, the revolutionary agriculture microbial discovery and development company, is awarded grant funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) to develop a proof-of-concept imaging-phenotyping assay to … Read more

FA Bio Celebrates Women Inventors Month

February felt like a month made for FA-Bio as we celebrated Women Inventors month.  As a passionate team determined to continuously bring new innovations to the world of agriculture, we felt it was fitting to highlight the women inventors that inspire us individually.  A lot were inspired by someone from their own culture or with … Read more

FA Bio secures £5.3m investment from Clean Growth Fund, Pymwymic and Ship2B Ventures

FA Bio is revolutionising sustainable agriculture with the discovery of superior microbes for game-changing bio-products which can increase crop yields, protect biodiversity and replace chemical inputs, minimising the environmental impacts of agriculture and reducing GHG emissions. (Harpenden, England): FA Bio, the British bio-tech company with a vision to protect natural ecosystems by identifying superior microbial … Read more

FA Bio Announce its Latest ‘Culture Champion’

As part of its initiative to grow and nurture an inclusive and diverse team, FA Bio introduced a ‘Culture Champion’ award, which recognises and celebrates those who have made significant contributions to the team by living the company values. Each quarter, the team votes are cast to nominate those individuals worthy of receiving the award, … Read more

How are chemical fertilisers and pesticides changing the world?

In the UK, almost a third of our calorie intake is found in cereals alone, and we’re not just talking about breakfast. Cereals are used in a multitude of household staples including bread, pasta and even beer. Perhaps then, for something so important to our everyday lives, we should have more of a focus on … Read more

FA Bio Announce its Latest ‘Culture Champion’

As part of its initiative to grow and nurture an inclusive and diverse team, FA Bio introduced a ‘Culture Champion’ award, which recognises and celebrates those who have made significant contributions to the team by living the company values. Each quarter, the team votes are cast to nominate those individuals worthy of receiving the award, … Read more

Increasing the Crop Yield of Corn

The three most important food crops in the world are rice, wheat, and corn (maize). These three cereal grains directly contribute more than half of all calories consumed by human beings. In terms of production, corn is the leading crop in the world. It is a staple food for millions of people and is particularly … Read more

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