Professor Paul Dyson, Embion’s Advisory Board member, receives the Green Chemistry Award 2020 from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Announcement: Embion's Advisory Board Member received the Green Chemistry Award 2020 from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

EMBION Disrupts Nutrition Innovation With Sophisticated, Complex-Prebiotics For Immunity

Since the pandemic of Covid-19, we have inadvertently arrived at the era of microbiome awareness. More than ever, we have come to realize that the…

Patent for Animal Health Product – Resisting Antibiotic Apocalypse Sustainably

We have patented a novel process and bioactive ingredients that are produced using our new class of food-grade biocatalysts. The process takes lower…

A Century’s Breakthrough in Upcycling Lignocellulosic Biomass

We are The Life Cycle Company.™ EMBION enthusiastically supports global development of a bioeconomy.

Five ways we can feed the world in 2050

As our global population continues to rise, some estimates suggest it could reach a whopping 10 billion people by 2050. To feed that many people, we…

High-tech in agriculture can help to heal nature

The global food system is at a crossroads. Five global thought leaders give their solutions for the future. We are in the middle of the greatest…

How do we avoid the antibiotics apocalypse?

Every year, at least 700,000 people die from drug-resistant infections. It is why government scientists have described antibiotic resistance as one…

Plant-based food sales outpace growth in other categories during pandemic

Plant-based food has seen a higher growth rate than general food sales during the coronavirus pandemic, according to SPINS statistics for the 16…

How ‘Upcycled’ Ingredients Can Help Reduce The $940 Billion Global Food Waste Problem

Jam made with bacon scraps; fish jerky that turns unwanted fish into something delicious; granola bars and snack puffs crafted from spent brewing…