Elo Life Systems has opened a new Australian location at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Gardens Point Campus in Brisbane. Honorable Minister Leanne Enoch, Queenslands Minster for Environment and Science, attended as the guest of honor at the event held at the Institute for Future Environments (IFE).
Elo Life Systems, a subsidiary of Precision BioSciences, uses ARCUS genome editing technology and multi-crop expertise to potentially develop and commercialize innovative agricultural and food products that support human health. With QUT, Elo will create novel plant-based protein alternatives and other nutritionally enhanced crops that bolster Australias position as a leading global exporter of high protein crops, or pulses.
Dr. Arun Sharma, QUTs Deputy Vice Chancellor for Research and Commercialization, hailed the event as a momentous occasion on QUTs path to be a solutions-focused ecosystem for translational sciences. Drs. Arun Sharma and Fayaz Khazi, CEO of Elo Life Systems, performed the ceremonial ribbon cutting. Professor Sagadevan Mundree, Director of Centre for Tropical Crops and Biocommodities, and several QUT and Queensland government dignitaries were in attendance. Elo-Australias Resident Director Mario Pennisi, a leader in the Australian life sciences industry, served as the Master of Ceremony.
About Elo Life Systems Inc
Elo Life Systems is dedicated to improving life. Our mission is to create novel products that enhance the nutrition and diversity of the food supply. To address agricultural needs, Elo partners directly with food companies to develop healthier ingredients through highly focused genetic optimization. To learn more about Elo and its parent company, technology platforms and product pipelines, please visit www.elolife.ag and www.precisionbiosciences.com.
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Adam Fisher, Elo Media