INVAIO SCIENCES LABS

Invaio Sciences Labs is a cutting-edge center of discovery in Cambridge, MA.  Beginning with the understanding of the inner workings of insects to benefit us all, we draw upon a lineage of advancing life sciences to gain a deeper understanding of our relationship with natural systems.
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Reducing Carbon Footprint, Improving Plant Health

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    Reducing Carbon Footprint, Improving Plant Health Author: Avram Slovic, Senior Commercial Director, Latin America @ Invaio   Download PDF in English Download PDF in Portuguese At Invaio, we firmly believe that the primary goal of technological advancement should be to create a positive impact on humans, plant life, and the...

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Revolutionizing Crop Health by Increasing Stability and Consistency of Bioactives

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co-authored by: Maier Avendaño, Head of Platforms @ Invaio Doug Boyes, Head of Biological Delivery Systems @ Invaio   Revolutionizing crop health by increasing stability, efficacy, and consistency of biological solutions Download PDF The global agri-food system is facing significant challenges in the coming decades: It needs to become more productive to...

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Nature’s Superfood Ready to Defend our Health

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by Avram Slovic, Ph.D. - Head of Agriculture, Invaio Latin America The citrus industry stands at the ready in times of need No other drink says breakfast like a glass of orange juice.  It is nature’s first superfood. Sweet, tart and packed with vitamin C and antioxidants....

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WHY INVAIO? – by: Lydia Griffin

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By: Lydia Griffin, Research Associate - Invaio Sciences, Cambridge, MA USA   "Why Invaio" series -ft. Lydia Griffin Tell us a bit more about you and your journey leading up to joining Invaio?   LG: Twenty-four years ago, I was born in a hospital in Hartford, Connecticut about four months...

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A New World of Discovery with Platform Integration

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by James Kraemer, Ph.D. - Senior Scientist @ Invaio an ecosystem spawning change in production agriculture: When I began my search for a role where I could apply my deep understanding of bacterial biology, I was mostly aware of microbial engineering and diagnostics companies. I knew of...

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Revolutionizing Plant Health to Safeguard the Planet

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co-authored by: Yajie Niu, Ph.D: Head of PEx Platform @ Invaio Ellen Van Rooijen, Ph.D: Scientific Advisor @ Invaio Barry Martin - Special Agricultural Advisor @ Flagship Pioneering enabling sustainable agriculture by harnessing the power of nature: By the year 2023 growers around the world will spend ~$90B1 on pesticides to...

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Can the Microbiome of a Honey Bee Save Humanity?

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by Frederick Lee, Ph.D. - Senior Scientist, Invaio Sciences A novel probiotic taught to us by nature that can help save the bees. To fully appreciate the magnitude of the worldwide efforts to combat the decline in honey bee health, a bit of context is required. Historically,...

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A Smart Platform – with a Twist of Lime

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by Ginni Ursin, Ph.D. - Head of External Alliances, Invaio Sciences   In Collaboration with the US Department of Energy: Agile Biofoundry & Invaio Sciences instigate new fermentation technologies to find solutions to pressing problems   It is undeniable that global agriculture is facing unprecedented challenges. The demand for...

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Solving Big Problems with Well-Suited Alliance

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by Ginni Ursin, Ph.D. - Head of External Alliances, Invaio Sciences A partnership steeped in understanding of Science & Nature The partnership between Invaio Sciences and University of California, Riverside will bring a critical solution to a citrus industry under siege. Under the agreement to take on...

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WHY INVAIO? – by: Yasmin Cardoza

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By: Yasmin Cardoza, Research Site Lead, Invaio-RTP, NC   "Why Invaio" series -ft. Yasmin Cardoza I am originally from a small town in Western Honduras, Florida, Copan, known for its Mayan heritage and abundant natural and cultural diversity. At age 10, I moved to the capital city of...

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