EVO Consortium Continues to Grow & Diversify- Research Collaborations Expanded to Mississippi State University
Great news- the EVO Consortium continues to grow as Mississippi State University becomes its newest member!
Funding has been received by EVO Conversion Systems & Mississippi State University to explore probiotics as a means to effectively produce BSF. This research will be in collaboration with Dr. Heather Jordan's laboratory.
Through this research, we push the limits on BSF production in terms of efficiency in waste conversion, nutritional quality of larvae produced, and increased quality as related to safety.
We project an acceleration of the BSF process by 65% while increasing BSF larval weight 40%.
Individuals with over 25 years research experience with the black soldier fly. We are passionate about the science behind the black soldier fly and its ability to convert waste to protein.
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