MicroBioGen opens new state-of-the-art in Sydney

October 17, 2022 |

In Australia, MicroBioGen officially opened its state-of-the-art laboratories in Macquarie Park in Northern Sydney. Three years in the making, these labs will produce our world-leading micro-organisms that are essential to industries worth over $2 trillion per year, including biofuels, alternative proteins, space exploration, sustainable human foods and animal feed. 

The new laboratories will allow the company to expand its research capabilities in hopes of putting MicroBioGen and Australia at the forefront of global biotech and sustainable innovation.

By building a state-of-the-art facility the company seeks to attract and retain the brightest scientific minds to NSW, scientists who can help MicroBioGen advance its micro-organisms, especially in the areas of sustainability, biofuels, animal feed and alternative protein development.

Twice the size of MicroBioGen’s previous research space, the 1,250 square metre facility will enable it to double its skilled scientific workforce to around 40 scientists including geneticists, and biofuel and baking specialists.

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