Evolugate provides access to its technology for both industrial organizations and academic community.

Commercial entities

Evolugate mainly collaborates with industry to improve any bioprocesses, in various field of biochemistry including, bioremediation, agronomy, bio-insecticides and has the capability to collaborate in other fields like probiotics, bio-nutrition, bio-cosmetics and bio-pharmaceuticals.

EVG_Project_ChartDeveloping microbial strains to perform specific industrial tasks is a quite long and elaborated process. In order to make it as comprehensible as possible for potential partners, Evolugate has broken it into several fundamental steps : Initial Consultation, Conceptual Study, Technical Assessment, Feasibility Study, Evolution Process, Scale Up and Microbial Supply.

Our “Project Development Process” document provides information about each one of these steps such as general description, prerequisites, timing and deliverables. By understanding the Evolugate development process, our partners will be able to better plan and manage our collaborative projects, and avoid wastes of energy, time and other valuable resources. Contact us to get the “Project Development Process” document.

Our collaborations with industry are subject to a Research Service and Licensing Agreement in connection with the Work Plan elaborated jointly.

Academic institutions

Evolugate’s Academic Collaboration Program provides academic research laboratories access to our technology and methods, allowing them to improve their microbial strains for a variety of non-commercial, research applications.

Our first of such collaborations was with the University of Florida. Details can be found in the collaborations section.

Currently, Evolugate is working with the French National Institute of Agricultural Research, or INRA.  Details can be found here.


For more information about academic collaboration conditions, please contact us or e-mail at