Collaboration During Coronavirus
The coronavirus is no match for science. As industry collaboration continues to spark, here’s a look at how Agriculture & Environmental Biotech is responding to COVID-19. By supporting companies in the health care space to ensuring critical research and development programs continue to supplying critical products and supplies, biotechnology innovators are leading the charge in the fight against coronavirus.
Amyris is developing a hand sanitizer to help address the high demand triggered by COVID-19.
BASF Corporation is providing New Jersey and New York with hand sanitizer manufactured at the company’s facility in Washington, NJ free of charge.
Bayer is getting into the personal protection equipment market in the fight against COVID-19 by making face shields for healthcare workers.
Cargill is donating disinfecting alcohol to the Dutch government as demand increases during COVID-19.
Novozymes has launched several projects across the globe to help communities protect against COVID-19.
POET has been working around the clock to produce an all-natural ethanol-based sanitizer to tackle the severe local shortage.
The Scotts Miracle-Gro manufacturing facility where lawn spreaders are typically made, is now producing face shields for those on the front lines.
Twist Bioscience is supplying synthetic genes and antibodies for the development of therapies for COVID-19.