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U of G spin-off named one of Canada’s 50 most investable clean-tech companies

Psigryph, an innovative company built on University of Guelph research into naturally derived nanoparticles to deliver nutrition and medicine into cells, has been named one of Canada’s most investable cleantech firms by cleantech accelerator Foresight Canada.

Psigryph‘s success is growing internationally thanks in part to several funding and entrepreneurship programs, including support from the Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance, a collaboration between the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and U of G.

Chris Grainger stands in a green field wearing shorts and sandals, beside a table with scientific equipment on it. A large plexiglass box on the table contains smaller boxes and vials.

Harvest Genomics: Picking up the pace of genetic progress

Chris Grainger is living a DNA dream. He’s channelling his passion for integrating genetic technology with practical applications to create innovative products for Canada’s agri-food industry.

After more than 20 years in varied roles at the University of Guelph, Grainger co-founded Harvest Genomics in 2019. The new ag-tech start-up based in Guelph develops and deploys genomic technology for food development and food safety.

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