Greetings from Glyxon Biolabs. We are a biotechnology startup working to create cutting-edge biomaterials that will help build the bioeconomy of the future. We are a group of forward-thinking scientists and technologists who are working together to develop sustainable materials and technologies.
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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & BIOMATERIALS
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Innovation comes from imagination.
We're happy you're here. Welcome to Glyxon, We are an Independent Research Laboratory, we're on a mission to enhance research in biomaterials, plant genetic engineering, algae-based biofuels, and ecophysiological studies. To comprehend and control the complex processes of plant growth and biotechnology, our team of highly experienced scientists and researchers works arduously. We aim to create ground-breaking answers to some of the most urgent issues facing the world today, such as energy production and climate change, with an emphasis on both basic and applied research. We are committed to changing the world, whether it be by creating brand-new, environmentally friendly biomaterials or by advancing the current biofuel technology. We appreciate you visiting our website, and we welcome you to learn more about our current initiatives and research.
Applied Systems Biology
Modern science faces a fascinating problem in trying to understand biosystems, and the most fruitful approach is typically an integrated multidisciplinary one.
Microalgae, photosynthetic bacteria, and a variety of marine prokaryotes' physiology are being studied by Glyxon Biolabs. We think these microbes hold the key to investigating methods for capturing atmospheric CO2 that combine cutting-edge biotechnological techniques and mathematical modeling of the biological dynamics of planktonic ecosystems.
With the use of such models, we were able to pinpoint prospective biosynthetic routes that might eventually result in the discovery and isolation of novel enzymes participating in pertinently relevant metabolic pathways.
“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.”