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October 2015

News & Press Releases, Press Mentions

How to grow bricks from trillions of bacteria

Biotechnology startup bioMASON grows bricks — with the help of a few trillion microorganisms. Ginger Dosier, the North Carolina-based company’s 37-year-old founder and CEO, hit on the bacterial production process while studying the construction of coral reefs.




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December 2014

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Une brique biologique

“C’est une série d’essais et d’erreurs, échelonnés sur une décennie complète, qui a mené Ginger Krieg Dosier, architecte défroquée en chercheuse scientifique, à trouver la bonne recette pour fabriquer la brique bioMASON. Mais pourquoi tant d’acharnement à fabriquer un produit aussi commun qu’une brique ? Parce qu’aux yeux de cette inventrice, il est possible de… read more »




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September 2014

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bioMASON and BTEC partner to grow bricks

bioMASON, Inc. (bioMASON) and the Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) at North Carolina State University will collaborate to advance bioMASON’s novel biocementation technology. BTEC will conduct process development studies under a sponsored project agreement and bioMASON will utilize laboratory space in the BTEC Annex at the Keystone Science Center on Centennial Campus…. read more »




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September 2014

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In the News & Observer

Five thousand years ago in the Indus Valley of Pakistan and India, people fired blocks of mud to create bricks. In 2014, we’re still making bricks in much the same way. If Ginger Krieg Dosier has her way, that’s about to change. Article Link




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