3Bar Biologics and Pivot Bio Team Up to Crack One of the Biggest Barriers to the Adoption of Biologicals


AgFUNDER News, LAUREN MANNING, MARCH 20, 2019 - A new class of crop inputs based on the soil microbiome have emerged in recent years. They have the potential to disrupt the agriculture industry by replacing traditional chemical inputs, which have created a number of serious environmental issues like herbicide-resistant weeds and pests, fertilizer runoff that chokes aquatic life in the Gulf of Mexico, and poor soil health due to runoff and the loss of organic matter. For the most part, however, farmers have been skeptical about whether bio-based products can provide a viable alternative that gives them the same [...]

3Bar Biologics and Pivot Bio Team Up to Crack One of the Biggest Barriers to the Adoption of Biologicals2019-03-20T23:18:07+00:00

3Bar Biologics and Pivot Bio Help Farmers Increase Crop Productivity and Decrease Need for Fertilizer


Unique Delivery System Ensures Quality Product— 3Bar Biologics, the cutting-edge biotech company and Pivot Bio, the leader in microbial solutions announce today they have entered into an agreement for 3Bar to provide a proprietary delivery system for Pivot Bio PROVEN™, Pivot Bio’s breakthrough product for biologic nitrogen fixation for corn. This agreement ensures an easy-to-use solution for delivering a sustainable nitrogen source to U.S. farmers. “We’re pleased to work with 3Bar to deliver our inaugural product to farmers,” said Karsten Temme, Ph.D., CEO & co-founder of Pivot Bio. “Our product is now shipping to farmers across the Midwest who [...]

3Bar Biologics and Pivot Bio Help Farmers Increase Crop Productivity and Decrease Need for Fertilizer2019-03-18T22:56:13+00:00

Ag Startups Are Changing The World


The American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers, Special Issue November/December 2018— November 20, 2018 —3Bar Biologics  is an early-stage startup spinout of The Ohio State University that's dedicated to improving farm yield, profitability, and sustainability using beneficial microbial products that increase crop yields while reducing dependence on chemical fertilizers and pesticides. 3Bar's patented microbial delivery system is activated on-farm to deliver the freshest, most viable biological products on the market. On-site growth of the microbes shortcuts the conventional supply chain, resulting in less waste, lower production costs, and fresher, more viable microbes delivered to the field. 3Bar's [...]

Ag Startups Are Changing The World2019-03-16T13:17:57+00:00

3Bar Featured on American Farmer Series


Advances in Biologics for Food Production— Jupiter, FL, October 9, 2018—The award-winning American Farmer television series will feature 3 Bar Biologics in an upcoming episode, scheduled to broadcast first quarter 2018. American Farmer airs Tuesdays at 8:30aET on RFD-TV. With global population estimates nearing ten billion people by 2050, the Agriculture industry is faced with the challenge of how to continue to feed a growing nation. At the same time, many of our valuable resources are becoming scarcer and the necessary acres of tillable land required for food production continues to decrease. This segment of American Farmer will focus on [...]

3Bar Featured on American Farmer Series2019-03-16T13:24:07+00:00

Join 3Bar at Forbes AgTech Summit Indianapolis


A Showcase for the Latest Innovations for Farmers— Columbus, Ohio, September 24, 2018—3Bar will be showcasing at The Forbes AgTech Summit in Indianapolis September 26-27, joining some of the smartest minds in technology and global agriculture to tackle the world’s most critical challenges to our food supply. Held for the first time in Indianapolis, the Summit will foster lively debate and generate rich networking opportunities, while showcasing the latest innovations for farmers, investors, and stakeholders of the agribioscience ecosystem. Learn more.

Join 3Bar at Forbes AgTech Summit Indianapolis2019-03-16T13:27:53+00:00

3Bar Welcomes Microbiologist Researcher Jessica Wilcox


Columbus, Ohio, August 16, 2018— 3Bar Biologics Inc., creator of the Bio-YIELD® Beneficial Microbe Inoculant System, announces the appointment of Jessica Wilcox as Researcher, reporting to Dr. Jane Fife. Jessica brings over 11 years of experience in the Microbiology field with more than a decade in the Research Industry at Battelle. She worked in Biosafety Level 2 and 3 laboratories, and designed, led, and conducted experiments under ISO and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) regulatory guidelines. She also coordinated complex interdisciplinary technical documents and technical writing tasks. Prior to Battelle, she performed microbiology food testing at The Nestle Quality Assurance Center.  Jessica [...]

3Bar Welcomes Microbiologist Researcher Jessica Wilcox2019-03-16T13:36:54+00:00

3Bar Biologics Hires Jon Moyer as Design and Operations Lead


Columbus, Ohio, February 19, 2018—3Bar Biologics today announced that Jon Moyer has been named Design and Operations Lead. Jon will be responsible for refining and commercializing proprietary packaging and delivery (fermentation) systems, and leading the manufacturing operation. Jon Moyer brings 25 plus years of experience developing and launching packaging and application devices for seed, plant health and plant nutrition products. Jon led the introduction of conventional, natural, and biological products for Scotts Miracle-Gro’s professional horticulture and consumer business segments.   Prior to Scotts Jon developed and sold agricultural packaging to growers in California’s Imperial and Coachella Valley regions.  Jon earned [...]

3Bar Biologics Hires Jon Moyer as Design and Operations Lead2019-03-16T13:35:52+00:00

Six Columbus-area Companies to Watch


Columbus isn’t the next Silicon Valley and that’s just fine, experts say— The Columbus Dispatch, by Tim Feran, November 25, 2017—Almost every city in the country sees itself as an emerging tech hub of national stature. But in the next 20 years or so, it’s likely that only a small percentage will fulfill such promise. What about Columbus? ... Six Columbus-area companies to watch These Columbus-area companies are considered possible breakout technology companies. Rev1 Ventures, an incubator and investment organization that assists fledgling companies, recently honored this year’s fastest-growing Columbus startups, and one or more could be the [...]

Six Columbus-area Companies to Watch2019-03-16T13:42:56+00:00

3Bar Biologics Secures $2M to Help Farmers Increase Crop Yields with Naturally Occurring Microbes


Investors include Rev1 Ventures, Maumee Ventures, Ohio TechAngel Funds and SVG Thrive Fund— Columbus, OH, August 16, 2017—Today, 3Bar Biologics Inc., the provider of a beneficial microbe delivery system, announced it has secured $2M in funding from an impressive group of investors, including Rev1 Ventures, Maumee Ventures, Ohio TechAngel Funds, Queen City Angels, Carmen Innovations, and SVG Thrive Fund. With this investment, 3Bar is broadening availability of its groundbreaking offering that uses naturally occurring microbes to help farmers improve the quantity and quality of crop production. 3Bar’s first commercially available product, Bio-YIELD®, is a patented delivery system that leverages living microorganisms to stimulate [...]

3Bar Biologics Secures $2M to Help Farmers Increase Crop Yields with Naturally Occurring Microbes2019-03-16T13:46:54+00:00

3Bar Awarded SBIR Phase II from USDA


Rev1 Portfolio Company Receives SBIR R&D Capital: 3Bar Biologics— Columbus, Ohio, August 10, 2017 —3Bar Biologics, a spinout from The Ohio State University, was awarded a $100,000 Phase I SBIR from the Department of Agriculture (USDA). We tend to ring bells and shoot-off fireworks when major funding events with angels and venture capitalists occur. We don’t tend to celebrate the same way when SBIR/STTR grants are made, and I think we should. SBIR funding (and the sister program Small Business Technology Transfer—STTR) is among the most desirable capital that a young high-tech company can receive. BIR/STTR funding is [...]

3Bar Awarded SBIR Phase II from USDA2019-03-16T13:52:40+00:00
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