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NSF-I-Corps Award: Catalyzing a New Era in Methane Reduction and Sustainable Farming

We're thrilled to share that our lab, in partnership with Elysia Bio, has received the esteemed NSF-I-Corps award, which will enhance our collaborative efforts in methane reduction biotechnology. This grant not only celebrates our innovative approaches in environmental biotech but also highlights our unique use of insects to tackle enteric methane emissions. The award brings together an outstanding team, including Elysia Bio's CEO Eli Hornstein, NCSU's Kairi Tanaka, and industry expert W Dwight Armstrong, to refine our commercial strategies.

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