Creating a New Path

for bacteria to enable industrial bio-tech’s future

Imagine a Future

where no biomass rots into methane

Domesticating Bacteria

to support your sustainability and operational targets

Bridging The Gap

between the promising and the profitable in industrial biotechnology

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WHO WE ARE

Our Vision

Climate challenges will be solved using all types of bacteria

Climate challenges will be solved using all types of bacteria
To domesticate bacteria the most efficient

Our Mission

We domesticate bacteria to support partners developing cost effective solutions to climate change problems

WHO WE HELP

WHO WE HELP

Sustainability Champions
who Desire to:

Make or Buy Bio-Based Chemicals Repurpose Biomass Waste Streams Improve Their Bacteria’s Functionality

WHAT WE OFFER

A Collaborative Approach to Help our Partners Solve Climate Challenges

Bespoke Bacteria, Bespoke Collaborations

  • Licenses
  • Joint Development Agreements
  • Proof of Concept Projects
  • Other Collaborative Models
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HOW WE DO IT

Our abilities to domesticate bacteria allow us to offer solutions for customers to create new chemicals, new metabolisms, and new feedstock possibilities for the field of biotechnology.

Wild, Independent Specialists

Wild, Independent Specialists

The Right Data Means Less Risk

The Right Data Means Less Risk

Domestication - A Give and Take

Domestication - A Give and Take

An Ecosystem of Skills

An Ecosystem of Skills

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MicroByre awarded 2022-2023 Tech for Global Good Laureate Award from The Tech Interactive

MicroByre awarded 2022-2023 Tech for Global Good Laureate Award from The Tech Interactive

MicroByre was recently presented with The Tech Interactive’s Tech for Global Good Laurate award.

18 November
MicroByre is attending the Alternate Fuels and Chemicals Coalition (AFCC) Conference

MicroByre is attending the Alternate Fuels and Chemicals Coalition (AFCC) Conference

MicroByre attending AFCC in Washington DC, November 6-8, 2022

02 November
Prochlorococcus marinus

Prochlorococcus marinus

Prochlorococcus marinus is the most abundant photosynthetic organism in the ocean, and most likely on the planet!

13 October

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