Pesticides are used to prevent diseases and to increase the food production capacity for centuries. The usage of pesticides is causing problems such as health effects, environmental pollution and food safety problems. According to World Health Organization 3,000,000 cases of pesticide poisoning and 220,000 deaths are reported in developing countries annually. The increasing need for food and the concern of the use of toxic chemical pesticides, force growers to look for new environmentally friendly products.
There is a growing gap between what bio-solutions market can offer and what growers need. BioMosae is developing a highly and wide effective, low cost biological crop protection ingredient Canto®, based on enzymes. From scientific literature enzymes are not only known for their antifungal activity but also for their growth enhancing properties.
As a biological production platform we are using a proprietary enzyme-producing microbe (BM-1) in combination with enhanced tailormade immobilization technology, enabling us to produce in a continuous system, against low cost.
Our BM-1 strain produces enzymatic substance which has antifungal properties and growth enhancing effect
Our BM-1 strain can be immobilized, while keeping enough activity
Unique process conditions under which immobilized BM-1 strain can produce in a continuous system
Patent applications filed, currently in PCT
Proven efficacy in the field against Powdery- & Downy Mildew & Botrytis
Awarded with Eurostars subsidy (2020-2023)
Awarded with LIOF Innovation subsidy
Strategic Partnership & first license deal with Ceradis
Awarded with Mit R&D subsidy
Process optimization & Product developments
Preparation of product registration
R&D Technology Partner
Technical & Marketing Study
Alex Schmeets CEO
Worked for global engineering consultancy firms as well as for SME’s & start-ups in various senior Management- and BD roles, preferably at the intersection of technology, innovation and business development. Holding master degree in Mechanical Engineering from Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands.
Member of Advisory Commission of the Dutch Research council NWO for Take-Off program.
T. +31 (0)6 81 399 128
Guuske Busscher CTO
15+ years of experience in several multinationals such as Johnson & Johnson, DSM and Aspen. In various positions a.o.: scientist (medicinal chemistry) and Business Development. Currently she holds a position within Brightlands MHC as senior business development manager. Guuske holds a PhD in Organic Chemistry and an MBA.
T. +31 (0)6 15 948 268
Tereza Hnátková Scientific manager
15 years working experience environmental consulting. She has been coordinating five finished and eight ongoing national research projects, dealing mainly with biotechnological processes including decontamination of organic pollutants in soil, water and air. Presently, she is also responsible for technical quality of biocatalysts production.
Christian Schmitz researcher
Christian is researcher of Biomosae for product and process development. He obtained his PhD at Maastricht University and holds a MSc. in molecular biotechnology at the RWTH Aachen. He has more than 7 years of experience in recombinant protein production, bacterial cultivation, downstream processing and design-of-experiments.
Chairman Technology from VNO-NCW. Former Executive Board DSM, chairman VNCI and member Netherlands Academy of Technology.
CTO of Corbion, former CTO of DSM.
Seed Technology Consultant, former MT member and R&D director of Incotec.
Financial Consultant, former controller of Liof participation fund.
VC Consultant, founder and former CEO of AgroSavfe/Biotalys.