Xylome uses metabolic engineering to develop non-conventional yeasts. We create technology to make novel lipids, palm oil substitutes, biochemicals and enzymes. Xylome’s technology increases the value and diversity of byproducts from industrial yeast fermentations while reducing operating costs.
Xylome’s high-barrier technology sits at the crossroads of agriculture, food, pharmaceuticals and sustainable biofuels
We may soon be able to genetically engineer a synthetic alternative to palm oil, helping to preserve biodiversity. Here are the challenges
Genetic Literacy Project: James Dinneen March 3, 2022
News release published in AIChE, August, 2020