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OUR COMPANY
 

Bioomix is a Danish biotech company based in Odense. We are a spinout from the University of Southern Denmark and the University of Western Australia. Our research and development is based on science and evidence, and an unconventional mix of new technologies, such as 3D printing, sequencing and microbial ecology.

We have our own research laboratory in the middle of Odense, where we discover and characterize environmental microbes, and develop microbial products, which we test on various crops.

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THE TEAM
 

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Cecilie Toft Vangsøe

 

Molecular biologist

Research & development

ctv@bioomix.com

Martin Pham

Chemical engineer

Production

mp@bioomix.com

Signe Hagelsø Schultz

Biotechnologist

Research & development

shs@bioomix.com

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Zahra Salimi

Agroecologist

Plant research

zs@bioomix.com

Ruben Steinbakken Jensen

Marketing economist

Marketing and branding

rsj@bioomix.com

Frederik Møller

Biologist

Plant research

fm@bioomix.com

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Rasmus Christian Andersen

Engineer and Farmer

Business development

rca@bioomix.com

Julia Magdalena Andersen

Molecular biologist

COO

jma@bioomix.com

Morten Østergaard Andersen

Biotechnologist

CEO

moa@bioomix.com

OUR STORY

The founder team has previously worked in medical science, developing advanced tools for human health such as 3D bioprinting, tissue scaffolds and drug release systems.

 In 2017, we were awarded a high-risk, high-gain experimental grant from the Villum Foundation that enabled us to move to the University of Western Australia’s School of Agriculture and Environment. In collaboration with talented researchers from UWA, it gave us the opportunity to apply bioprinting and biomaterial methods to environmental science. It resulted in a unique discovery technology platform, the microbeTRAP, that now powers product development at Bioomix.

​A subsequent Innoexplorer grant from the Danish Innovation Fund enabled us to use this technology to biomine soil microbes that can effectively inhibit agricultural pathogens. In 2021, we established Bioomix as a company, received our first investment from the Bioinnovation Institute and were accepted into their Venture Lab accelerator program.