This article was originally published in the San Diego Business Journal on October 25th 2011 by Kelly Quigley
“San Diego-based Synthetic Genomics Inc. has spun out an agricultural biotechnology company that’s seeking to develop and commercialize natural products, which improve crop production, thus creating more food and fuel for the world’s growing population.
The new company, Agradis Inc., has closed on an initial financing round of $20 million — funds that will be used to establish company infrastructure and ramp up product development.
Privately held Synthetic Genomics formed the company in partnership with…”
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