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News – 2015

Safer fruit and vegetables: bio-pesticide spin-out company wins ‘watchdog’ accreditation

September 1st, 2015|0 Comments

Bio-pesticide spin-out company wins 'watchdog' accreditation A Swansea University-based high-tech spin-out company has just received accreditation under the Official Recognition of Efficacy Testing facilities or Organisations (ORETO) scheme for efficacy testing in Biologicals

Firm set up to create ‘safer’ fruit and vegetables

August 21st, 2015|0 Comments

Firm set up to create 'safer' fruit and vegetables Swansea-based Bionema has been created to produce biopesticides like certain types of fungi, bacteria, worms and viruses. Read more: Fruitnet

Swansea Company’s Leading The Way

August 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Swansea Company's Leading The Way The University-based high-tech spin-out company Bionema has gained accreditation to continue it's research and expand globally Read more: The Wave

University’s spin-off firm plans to use bugs and fungi to help give us safer fruit and vegetables

August 20th, 2015|0 Comments

University's spin-off firm plans to use bugs and fungi to help give us safer fruit and vegetables A Swansea University spin-off biopesticide company has been given the go ahead to put bugs and

Using nature to beat major crop pests is a growing industry

August 8th, 2015|0 Comments

Using nature to beat major crop pests is a growing industry Strawberries are very much on the mind of Minshad Ansari — or rather, the pest that can blight their growth. Read more: Fresh

Using nature to beat major crop pests a growing industry, says Swansea scientist and entrepreneur

August 4th, 2015|0 Comments

Using nature to beat major crop pests a growing industry, says Swansea scientist and entrepreneur Bacteria and animals are playing more of a role in combating crop pests - and Swansea's Dr Minshad

Biopesticides could fill ‘gap in market’

July 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

Biopesticides could fill 'gap in market' More relaxed regulations for biopesticides could help fill gap created by withdrawal and restrictions on chemical products Read more: Fruitnet