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An Israeli company called Beeologics was thinking along similar lines. Beeologics' president, Eyal Ben-Chanoch, didn't actually know much about bees. But he knew people were worried about CCD, and he thought that a product aimed at fighting it would garner attention for his company. So he directed ...
In 2011, Monsanto acquired a startup called Beeologics. That company was trying to protect bees against Israeli acute paralysis virus, which is associated with the collapse of bee colonies. Beeologics was pursuing a possible solution through a technology called RNA interference (RNAi), which allows ...

The center was the result of two local acquisitions made by the US company the $35 million purchase of Rosetta Green in 2013 and the $100 million buyout of Beeologics in 2011. The two Israeli ventures were brought together under one roof, which at its peak employed dozens of employees; the R&D ...
It took over a company called Beeologics, which had found a way to introduce RNA into sugar water that bees feed on in order to kill a parasitic mite that infests hives. That company had also come up with a much cheaper way to make RNA. Monsanto also began trying to crack the problem of getting RNA ...
Bees are becoming endangered causing coverage by every type of global news source, and the fact that Monsanto does not seem phased is because of their suspicious buyout of the Israeli company, Beeologics. Monsanto became the owner of Beeologics, a company worth 113 million, in September 2011 ...
It should come as no surprise that opposition groups picked up their megaphones and maxed out the volume in 2011, when Monsanto acquired Beeologics, a start-up company "dedicated to restoring bee health and protecting the future of honeybee pollination." Many suspected that Monsanto was simply ...

Beeologics has developed a product called Remembee, an anti-viral agent which its boosters claim will help stem the tide of Colony Collapse Disorder, a mysterious plague which has led to the disappearance of the bees in up to a third of the commercial colonies located in the U.S. during the last decade.
There was quite a stir amongst beekeepers and anti-gmo activists this past October 2011 when chemical and seed giant Monsanto purchased Beeologics , a small company best known for its “groundbreaking research” vis a vis the application of RNAi technology on honeybees, a mechanism meant to block gene ...
Monsanto Co. announced Wednesday that it had bought Beeologics, a company that is developing a product that promises to help bees survive an illness that has been wiping out colonies across the world. Creve Coeur-based Monsanto, the world's largest seed company, did not disclose the terms of the ...
Beeologics' current projects include a product that uses a naturally-occurring process to help protect bee health. Monsanto intends to apply Beeologics' expertise in biological products for more general use in agriculture, by using the company's core technology for its discovery and development pipeline.
Im Jahr 2011 hatte sich der US-Saatgut-Konzern Monsanto die US-israelische Firma Beeologics einverleibt. Deren Anti-Varroa-Technologie – jetzt unter dem Namen Biodirect – basiert ebenfalls auf RNA-Interferenz. Ob auch dort der beobachtete Effekt eigentlich auf Lithiumchlorid beruht, bleibt ...
An Israeli company called Beeologics was thinking along similar lines. Beeologics' president, Eyal Ben-Chanoch, didn't actually know much about bees. But he knew people were worried about CCD, and he thought that a product aimed at fighting it would garner attention for his company. So he directed ...
In 2011, Monsanto acquired a startup called Beeologics. That company was trying to protect bees against Israeli acute paralysis virus, which is associated with the collapse of bee colonies. Beeologics was pursuing a possible solution through a technology called RNA interference (RNAi), which allows ...
The center was the result of two local acquisitions made by the US company the $35 million purchase of Rosetta Green in 2013 and the $100 million buyout of Beeologics in 2011. The two Israeli ventures were brought together under one roof, which at its peak employed dozens of employees; the R&D ...
Bees are becoming endangered causing coverage by every type of global news source, and the fact that Monsanto does not seem phased is because of their suspicious buyout of the Israeli company, Beeologics. Monsanto became the owner of Beeologics, a company worth 113 million, in September 2011 ...
It should come as no surprise that opposition groups picked up their megaphones and maxed out the volume in 2011, when Monsanto acquired Beeologics, a start-up company "dedicated to restoring bee health and protecting the future of honeybee pollination." Many suspected that Monsanto was simply ...
Back in 2008, we reported about an Israeli research company Beeologics that believed it had discovered what might be a cure for a serious bee syndrome known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). Agricultural experts say that CCD is responsible for a serious decrease in the number of bee colonies or ...

Beeologics has developed a product called Remembee, an anti-viral agent which its boosters claim will help stem the tide of Colony Collapse Disorder, a mysterious plague which has led to the disappearance of the bees in up to a third of the commercial colonies located in the U.S. during the last decade.
There was quite a stir amongst beekeepers and anti-gmo activists this past October 2011 when chemical and seed giant Monsanto purchased Beeologics , a small company best known for its “groundbreaking research” vis a vis the application of RNAi technology on honeybees, a mechanism meant to block gene ...
Monsanto Co. announced Wednesday that it had bought Beeologics, a company that is developing a product that promises to help bees survive an illness that has been wiping out colonies across the world. Creve Coeur-based Monsanto, the world's largest seed company, did not disclose the terms of the ...
Beeologics' current projects include a product that uses a naturally-occurring process to help protect bee health. Monsanto intends to apply Beeologics' expertise in biological products for more general use in agriculture, by using the company's core technology for its discovery and development pipeline.
An Israeli company called Beeologics was thinking along similar lines. Beeologics' president, Eyal Ben-Chanoch, didn't actually know much ...
In 2011, Monsanto acquired a startup called Beeologics. That company was trying to protect bees against Israeli acute paralysis virus, which is ...
... acquisitions made by the US company the $35 million purchase of Rosetta Green in 2013 and the $100 million buyout of Beeologics in 2011.
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – One of the co-founders of Beeologics — a developer of RNAi treatments for key bee disorders that was acquired ...
Monsanto became the owner of Beeologics, a company worth 113 million, in September 2011. The corporation has used, what some are ...
Ironically, Beeologics is a biotech company itself -- and one that is developing a portfolio of next-generation gene editing products utilizing RNA ...
Back in 2008, we reported about an Israeli research company Beeologics that believed it had discovered what might be a cure for a serious ...
Beeologics has developed a product called Remembee, an anti-viral agent which its boosters claim will help stem the tide of Colony Collapse ...
There was quite a stir amongst beekeepers and anti-gmo activists this past October 2011 when chemical and seed giant Monsanto purchased Beeologics , a ...
Monsanto Co. announced Wednesday that it had bought Beeologics, a company that is developing a product that promises to help bees ...
Monsanto Company (NYSE: MON) has acquired Beeologics Ltd., a developer of targeted biological pest and disease control solutions for bees ...
An Israeli company called Beeologics was thinking along similar lines. Beeologics' president, Eyal Ben-Chanoch, didn't actually know much ...
In 2011, Monsanto acquired a startup called Beeologics. That company was trying to protect bees against Israeli acute paralysis virus, which is ...
... acquisitions made by the US company the $35 million purchase of Rosetta Green in 2013 and the $100 million buyout of Beeologics in 2011.
It took over a company called Beeologics, which had found a way to introduce RNA into sugar water that bees feed on in order to kill a parasitic ...
Monsanto became the owner of Beeologics, a company worth 113 million, in September 2011. The corporation has used, what some are ...
Ironically, Beeologics is a biotech company itself -- and one that is developing a portfolio of next-generation gene editing products utilizing RNA ...
Back in 2008, we reported about an Israeli research company Beeologics that believed it had discovered what might be a cure for a serious ...
Beeologics has developed a product called Remembee, an anti-viral agent which its boosters claim will help stem the tide of Colony Collapse ...
Monsanto Company (NYSE: MON) has acquired Beeologics Ltd., a developer of targeted biological pest and disease control solutions for bees ...
Monsanto Co. announced Wednesday that it had bought Beeologics, a company that is developing a product that promises to help bees ...
An Israeli company called Beeologics was thinking along similar lines. Beeologics' president, Eyal Ben-Chanoch, didn't actually know much about bees.
The company's founder, Nitzan Paldi, was also the co-founder of Beeologics, which Monsanto acquired in 2011 to help move its RNAi efforts forward.
The company's founder, Nitzan Paldi, was also the co-founder of Beeologics, which Monsanto acquired in 2011 to help move its RNAi efforts forward.
The company's founder, Nitzan Paldi, was also the co-founder of Beeologics, which Monsanto acquired in 2011 to help move its RNAi efforts forward.
The company's founder, Nitzan Paldi, was also the co-founder of Beeologics, which Monsanto acquired in 2011 to help move its RNAi efforts forward.
In 2011, Monsanto acquired a startup called Beeologics. That company was trying to protect bees against Israeli acute paralysis virus, which is associated with the collapse of bee colonies.
The center was the result of two local acquisitions made by the US company the $35 million purchase of Rosetta Green in 2013 and the $100 million buyout of Beeologics in 2011. The two Israeli ventures were brought together under one roof, which at its ...
He joined Monsanto from the Florida Department of Agriculture to lead the newly acquired "Beeologics" business in 2012.


 

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