August 26, 2009 : Publication. The open access journal BMC Biotechnology published a collaborative study between EVOLUGATE, LLC and scientists at the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA that discloses the first use of our technology to experimentally evolve industrially important filamentous fungi, which are among the most widely used microorganisms for industrial applications. In this case, the goal … Continue reading BMC Biotechnology Publication
December 2008 : Nomination. Evolugate is happy to announce that Dr. Thomas Lyons, formerly of the University of Florida Dept. of Chemistry, has decided to join the Evolugate team as Principal Research Scientist. Dr. Lyons ran a successful research program that focused on studying a novel family of receptors. His major contribution was the discovery that … Continue reading Dr. Lyons joins Evolugate team
August 2007 : Publication, V. de Crécy-Lagard et Al. "Development of a wall growth free continuous culture device for experimental evolution of bacterial populations". Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology. See publications
February 2007 : Collaboration agreement. Pursuant to its agreement with the University of Florida, Evolugate is collaborating with Dr. Nemat Keyhani, Department of Microbiology and Cell Science, for the purpose of improving bioinsecticide capabilities of fungi. http://microcell.ufl.edu/personnel/faculty/keyhani1.shtml
November 2006 : Collaboration agreement. Evolugate began an academic collaboration with Dr. Jim Spain, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, for the purpose of improving the yield of degradation of certain wild-type micro-organisms. http://www.ce.gatech.edu/people/faculty/671/overview
April 2005 : Collaboration agreement. Evolugate entered into an academic collaboration agreement with University of Florida to help academic laboratories select more efficient micro-organisms using our continuous culture technology.