She will be talking about the science behind Pheronym’s technology.
Join us on December 1, at 4:10 PM (Pacific Time) at the Department of Entomology and Nematology, UC Davis.
If you can’t make the seminar in person, here is a Zoom link: https://ucdavis.zoom.us/j/99515291076.
Seminar coordinator Shahid Siddique, a nematologist and assistant professor, Department of Entomology and Nematology.
Join us on November 18 in San Francisco to learn about Pheronym’s technology!
“Scientist Spotlight” at the Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco on November 19, 2021. Dr. Kaplan will be talking about Pheronym’s technology and how nematodes are beneficial to agricultural pest control. She will also be sharing about her career and education path!
by Astronaut Nicole Stott
Thank you for including Pheronym’s Astronematode project and the benefits of eco-friendly solutions on Earth and in Space. Keep reading
Focus is on full scale commercialization of company’s patented nematode pheromone extract of nematode dispersal for crop biocontrol
DAVIS, California – November 08, 2021 – Pheronym, an agbiotech pest management company, has begun scaling up production of its patented NemastimTM pest bio-control solution at Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, through a development agreement that provides access to key fermentation and quality control systems. Pheronym’s founders, Dr. Fatma Kaplan and Karl Cameron Schiller, were named Activate Fellows this year, and joined the entrepreneurial research program’s Berkeley community, hosted at Berkeley Lab’s Cyclotron Road Division. The fellowship provides a two-year Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Berkeley Lab, through which Pheronym is accessing laboratory and production infrastructure that is vital to its success.
“This agreement marks a key milestone toward scaling our solution for commercial agriculture,” said Dr. Fatma Kaplan, CEO of Pheronym. “This CRADA with Cyclotron Road will leverage our significant progress to bring to market the first commercial nematode pheromone production.” Keep Reading
Join us online on November 12, 2021, at 9:00-10:30 AM PST!
by Scott Elliott, ARS Office of Communications, Tellus
Thank you Scott for this great article about beneficial nematodes in Space at the International Space Station (ISS) and great collaboration, Pheronym, USDA-ARS, NanoRacks, and ISS.
“Researchers at ARS’s Southeastern Fruit and Tree Nut Research Station in Byron, GA, teamed with Pheronym, Inc., a company that specializes in eco-friendly pest control, to send beneficial nematodes, known as entomopathogenic nematodes, to the International Space Station (ISS) to study their ability to function under microgravity conditions.” Keep Reading
Dr. Kaplan is going to be presenting Pheronym’s technology on November 16th in Syracuse, NY!
The 2021 Grow-NY Food & Ag Summit is a two-day event showcasing food and ag innovations that have the power to change the path of our industry. The event brings together the top startups from around the globe to pitch their companies and world-class researchers, experts, and partners to discuss and share insight on the latest trends and innovations.
To know more about Pheronym’s technology, please join us either in person in Syracuse or virtually on November 16th!
Click here to register.
Pheronym had a booth at the SOSV Climate Tech Summit on Thursday, October 21!
To learn more about the event and its speakers, click here.
By Olga Grinevich
Pheronym is excited to be featured in Invest Foresight, an online business magazine based in Russia!
Pest Control Nematodes
“The farming dream was brought to life by San Francisco-based startup Pheronym. Founded in 2017, the company has developed pheromone solutions that affect the behavior of roundworms.”
“The idea to use pheromones to control worms comes from Fatma Kaplan, Ph.D. in molecular and plant cell biology” Keep Reading