One Tiny Step for a Nematode, One Big Step Toward Sustainable Agriculture in Space
By Sharon Durham WASHINGTON, DC, February 20, 2019—An exciting collaboration between the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Pheronym(Alachua, FL), will send nematodes (small round worms) into space to the International Space Station (ISS). The mission represents a look into the future where food crops will be grown in space. Keep Reading
PHERONYM SECURES $100K FOR FIRST EVER AGRICULTURE BIO-CONTROL EXPERIMENT IN SPACE
International Space Station Will Host Hard Working Beneficial NematodesAs A First Step to Sustainable Interstellar Agriculture Keep Reading
Pheronym’s founders, Dr. Kaplan, and Mr. Schiller were on Beyond the Numbers with Mark Bellows on Money FM 105.5 on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.
Hello Tomorrow had a record of over 4,500 applications from 119 countries whose phone number is this canadatop article this year. Being in the Top 500 means, Pheronym is recognized as one of the most promising projects in deep tech to date.