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Successful scale-up of pheromone for maize protection

Apr 21, 2021

We are proud to announce that Bioprocess Pilot Facility and BioPhero have collaborated within...

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BioPhero Announces $17 Million Series A For Sustainable Pest Control

Mar 8, 2021

New Funding Will Support Production and Market Introduction of Sustainable Biological Insect Pheromones  ...

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BioPhero joins forces with the Alliance for BioSolutions

Feb 22, 2021

A new initiative has come out of Denmark that aims to strengthen the Biosolutions...

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Agro & Chemistry Brings an Important Issue to the Limelight!

Oct 19, 2020

Agro & Chemistry brings an important issue to the limelight. “The European objective within...

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BioPhero Announces Successful Scale-up of Their First Pheromone Product

Oct 5, 2020

BioPhero, a spinout from The Technical University of Denmark developing a new sustainable and...

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BioPhero Featured in Labiotech – Europe’s leading Biotech News Website

Jun 23, 2020

BioPhero is featured in an article about agricultural biotechnology in Europe’s leading biotech news...

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BioPhero Makes the Front Page of Berlingske Business

Jun 22, 2020

The Novo Nordisk Foundation has decided to allocate EUR 100 million over the next...

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PHERA: A Major New Grant from BBI JU Aiming to Commercialize Sustainable Pest Control with Insect Pheromones

Mar 18, 2020

A consortium of companies in Europe developing sustainable fermentation processes to produce pheromones to...

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The EU project OLEFINE has released a video on producing insect sex pheromones by fermentation.

Oct 31, 2019

BioPhero's Founder and CTO Irina Borodina is awarded the 2019 EU Prize for Women Innovators as announced by Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, at this year’s VivaTech conference in Paris.

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Irina Borodina wins 2019 EU Prize for Women Innovators

May 17, 2019

Modern agricultural practices involving the extensive use of GMO crops and chemical insecticides create an environment with less genetic and biological variation in order to maximize the yield of agricultural products. But with insect resistance to pesticide growing, the need for new pest control technology is fast becoming urgent.

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