Pluton Named a Finalist in 2022 Radicle Carbon & Soil Challenge Competition

Updated: Mar 15

Pluton Biosciences has reached the finalist round in the 2022 Radicle Carbon & Soil Competition, sponsored by Radicle Growth in partnership with UPL.



The Radicle Challenge was pioneered by Radicle Growth, a company that invests in innovative ag and food tech start-ups, ensuring that powerful, disruptive technologies reach their full potential. The Challenge recognizes the best and brightest entrepreneurs solving a problem related to key investment themes, or looking to disrupt an existing business model in the ag and food industries.

Start-up finalists pitch to a panel of world-class judges, with the winning company receiving an investment of $1 million, and invaluable access to Radicle’s ecosystem of intelligence, opportunities, and relationships.


“We’re thrilled to be a finalist in The Radicle Carbon & Soil Challenge by UPL, and proud to be recognized for our innovation in this area.” - Dr. Barry Goldman, Chief Science Officer

The final competition will be held on March 21, 2022.


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At Pluton Biosciences, we are making discovery of novel microbes not only possible, but also commercially viable. Our revolutionary Micromining Innovation Engine, a tool like no other, empowers the Pluton Biosciences team to discover novel microbes in months, not years, using a fraction of the staff employed by other laboratories.

Pluton quickly and inexpensively taps into the diverse world of bacteria, fungi, amoebae, and viruses, to discover and develop next-generation products to address challenges to the climate, agriculture, pharmaceutical, biomaterials, and bioremediation sectors.

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