Biome Makers, awarded as the 'Innovative SME 2017' in Madrid, Spain.
Biome Makers has been awarded this Wednesday in Madrid, Spain, as the 'Innovative SME 2017', at the 2nd Meeting of Mayors & Innovative Companies, organized by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness of Spain and the City Council of Madrid.
This meeting that takes place in Madrid generates an approach among the best innovative SMEs in Spain and promotes the exchange of experiences in the company constitution and development.
Biome Makers and its technology WineSeq are defined as "a revolution in the wine industry" thanks to the analysis of the microorganisms of the vineyard soil. The WineSeq genetic analysis contributes to reducing risks and preventing possible diseases in the vineyard or contaminants in the fermentation. In addition, it can enhance the improvement of wine quality. Founded in San Francisco, Biome Makers brings innovative character, great potential for growth and international dimension.
WineSeq is an innovative technology to achieve a sustainable control of grapevine trunk diseases as Alberto Acedo explains today for the project COST Action no. FA1303 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Today, we are at the meeting from the COST Action FA1303 project, "Sustainable Control of Grapevine Trunk Diseases". The Meeting is celebrated at Biotechnical Faculty, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, today 23rd and 24th February.
Grapevine trunk diseases are the most destructive diseases of vineyards. There are no highly effective treatments available to control this kind of diseases. It is a must to develop sustainable alternatives and coordinate strategies for innovative disease management.
As manaGTD explains: "The goal of this Action would be to develop a network of European expertise to improve understanding of grapevine trunk diseases by acquiring knowledge on occurrence of pathogens, vine-pathogen interaction, ecology of wood-inhabiting microorganisms, and to develop new management protocols and biocontrol approaches."
Alberto Acedo, CO-Founder of Biome Makers, talks about Microbial Ecology and WineSeq as a vine helth microbiome diagnostic tool. Thanks to the WineSeq Community, the largest global community for Wine Microbiology, you can better know all the microorganisms related to winemaking processes.
For more info about grapevine trunk diseases, consult Wikibiome.
Biome Makers talks at the Microbiome AgBiotech Summit 2017, the event that "build and improve the right tools necessary to continue feeding our planet through microbial engineering".
Every year Microbiome AgBioTech Summit brings together the most important microbial community to talk about new discoveries, advances in technology systems for agricultural microbial engineering and science.
This event is aimed to bring this diverse range of microbial experts together in order to share expertise about the new innovation solutions in the agricultural community.
Biome Makers is an innovation partner at this event, where our general manager John Dimos talks about our microbiome tool for vine health: WineSeq.
WineSeq is a platform able to predict potential problems in a vineyard, advise and control the winegrowing process through microbial fingerprint of vineyards.
Biome Makers participates in the Startup Europe Week that arrives in Valladolid on 7, 8 and 9 February, in order to support entrepreneurs and startups.
Biome Makers participates in this edition of the Startup Europe Week, at the Scientific Campus of the University of Valladolid, Spain. From 6th to 10th of February 2017, Startup Europe Week comes this year to unite all European regions to help entrepreneurs. This event is an initiative promoted by the European Commission and Startup Europe.
Startup Europe Week is an event organized by the European Commission, which takes place throughout Europe from 6 to 10 February 2017, with the aim of helping companies, entrepreneurs and startups in the region and informing them about the European projects and resources already available.
This kind of events follows the Silicon Valley format and foment the networking. With more than 280 organizers and 40 countries, SEW offers information sessions, office hours, workshops and regional authorities speeches.
Biome Makers va a estar presente en la Feria Enomaq 2017 en Zaragoza, del 14 al 17 de febrero, donde presentará WineSeq y su nuevo portal.
Biome Makers will be at the trade show Enomaq 2017 in Zaragoza, 14th-17th February, introducing WineSeq and its new web portal.
WineSeq estará presente del 14 al 17 de febrero en ENOMAQ 2017, el Salón Internacional de maquinaria y equipos para bodegas y embotellado.
No te pierdas las novedades en vitivinicultura de precisión y descubre la herramienta más avanzada en análisis microbiológico de viñedos. ¡Es tu momento de conocer WineSeq y todos sus beneficios!
WineSeq presenta su nuevo portal que desarrolla una inteligencia de datos completamente innovadora. Nuestra tecnología (Véritas) se encarga del cruce de datos de todos los terroirs del mundo para obtener conclusiones fiables y útiles.
WineSeq detecta de forma temprana los problemas y enfermedades que afectan a la salud de tu viñedo. Decide el itinerario enológico más adecuado en función del potencial microbiológico de tus uvas y mostos. Conoce la huella microbiológica de tu terroir.
Te invitamos a visitarnos. Estaremos en el PABELLÓN 8, STAND A/1. Puedes concertar una cita contactando con nosotros por email (firstname.lastname@example.org //email@example.com) o llamándonos por teléfono al +34 983 950 945.
Evita las colas y consigue tu pase profesional de forma gratuita en la Extranet de Feria de Zaragoza.
Recuerda, visítanos en el PABELLÓN 8, STAND A/1.
WineSeq will attend the Enomaq exhibition in Zaragoza, the International Show of Winery, Bottling Machinery and Equipment. It will take place from 14th to 17th February 2017 at the Zaragoza exhibition centre.
It is a great time to get to know WineSeq and all of its benefits! Come to our Stand and discover new precision winemaking techniques. If you are concerned about the health of your vineyard and the quality of your wine, we are here to provide you with innovative solutions.
WineSeq presents its new portal with an innovative data intelligence. Our technology (Véritas) makes a cross-referring data of all the terroirs in the world to obtain useful and reliable conclusions.
WineSeq provides an individualized diagnosis of vineyard health status and value. This tool allows to understand the influence of the terroir in a winery optimizing the agricultural practices in the vineyard and supporting winemakers to better understand how to produce more sophisticated wines.
Come and visit us at Feria Zaragoza. We will be at PAVILION 8, STAND A/1. You can make an appointment writing an email (firstname.lastname@example.org //
email@example.com) or calling us (+34) 983 950 945
Avoid frustrating queuing and get your professional pass for free in the Extranet of Feria de Zaragoza.
Remember, visit us at PAVILION 8, STAND A/1
We are waiting for you!
Biome Makers has participated at the Microwine Project Symposium, in Denmark.
Biome Makers participates introducing WineSeq at the Microwine Project Symposium. The event has been celebrated on 27th January, in Lyngby, Denmark. This is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network and a preliminary program for the Mid-Term Symposium of MICROWINE.
International professionals get together in this event to talk at the "Meeting Viticulture Challenges through Novel Technological Developments". Alberto Acedo, Co-founder of Biome Makers, is one of the speakers that has talked about the revolution in the wine industry: WineSeq.
Biome Makers talks at the panel discussion "Tools and Techniques for Microbiome Analysis" presented by the SF Microbiome Meetup and Illumina Accelerator in San Francisco.
Biome Makers talks about "Tools and Techniques for Microbiome Analysis". This networking event is presented by the San Francisco Microbiome Meetup and Illumina Accelerator. This networking event involves the participation of Alberto Acedo and Adrian Ferrero, Co-Founders of Biome Makers, Nick Conley of Epibiome, David Hanzel of Naked Biome, Elisabeth Bik of uBiome and Amanda Cashin of Illumina Accelerator as moderator.
The event takes place today, January 31st, in San Francisco. Some of the themes covered are the standardization and research protocols, robotics and automation, Operational Taxonomic Unit (OTUs) definitions and portability.
You can already watch our panel discussion at this meetup!
"Microbial-based solutions, which are formulated from microbes, offer multiple benefits to crops. [...] Healthy soils are critical for global food production and provide a range of environmental services."
Allafrica talks about us and microbes in the agri-food sector in this interesting article: "Africa: Why Microbes Are Key to Solving Africa's Food Security Crisis".
Microbes (fungi, bacteria) are microscopic microorganisms that are continually interacting with the soil and plants. That is why microbial solutions that are formulated from microbes offer many benefits to crops and allow ecosystem balance. In addition, they allow the agro-food industry to achieve protection against pests, drought and other extreme weather-related situations.
Microbial solutions for agriculture are essencial in agri-food in the developed world. (As Allafrica informs, the market for these products is valued at $2.3 billion globally). Unfortunately, agriculture in Africa does not have the technological and innovative resources that are now in operation in developed countries.
The WineSeq technology, developed by Biome Makers, can be easily implemented in any country and, through simple soil sampling, detects the entire microbial community and offers recommendations on how to improve the quality and performance of the vineyards.
Thanks to this 100% innovative technology, Biome Makers is in first position as an innovative startup at the US AgFunder Awards.
Biome Makers has been awarded as the most innovative startup in the AgFunder Innovation Awards 2016, that has just been announced.
AgFunder, the leading online investment platform for accredited investors looking to invest in food and agriculture technology companies, has just announced its Innovation Awards 2016.
BIOME MAKERS is one of the top 5 winners in the category: “Most Innovative US Pre-Series A Startups.”
Startup activity in food and agriculture technology is growing dramatically; at AgFunder they have come across over 5k companies since 2014. At the same time, investors are paying increasing attention to the potential for technology to revolutionize the food industry and provide them with financial returns.
To recognize the agtech startups that are driving the industry forward and are the most innovative, AgFunder decided to launch these Innovation Awards. To determine these awards, they asked their global network of over 25k people committed to the progression of agriculture, to submit nominations for consideration.
Do you want to know more about the AgFunder Innovation Awards 2016?
Vintage Report comes again in its 7th edition where WineSeq is presented as an significant innovation for the future of the agri-food sector.
Winemakers and scientists converge in this event to discuss the past vintage (2016) and technical advances in viticulture and enology. These conferences take place today in Napa Valley. The conference will bring the most innovative and scientific minds together to discuss the previous harvest, physiological and climatic data. An incredible community of vineyard managers, winemakers, and scientists are ready to create this experience by showcasing their discoveries in this field.
John Dimos, General Manager of Biome Makers, talks about his experiences and WineSeq, our innovative technology to analyze thousands of types of bacteria and fungi in vineyards to provide risk management recommendations and solutions important from soil to bottle. WineSeq revolutionizes microbial and probiotic understanding and control in viticulture and oenology.