Supporting Government Agencies

Ecovia received funding for developing high-performing superabsorbent biopolymers

Ecovia received funding for developing high-performing superabsorbent biopolymers

Ecovia received funding for developing a novel fermentation process from flexible feedstocks

Ecovia received funding for developing a novel fermentation process from flexible feedstocks

 
US Department of Energy
 

Corporate Partnerships

Seppic and Ecovia are co-developing topical cosmetic and dermal pharmaceutical ingredients

Seppic and Ecovia are co-developing topical cosmetic and dermal pharmaceutical ingredients

 

Research Affiliates

College of Chemical Engineering
Joint Bioenergy Institute

Investors

Seppic Inc. is a partner and Series Seed investor

Seppic Inc. is a partner and Series Seed investor

The University of Michigan invested through their Michigan Invests in New Technology Startups (MINTS) fund

The University of Michigan invested through their Michigan Invests in New Technology Startups (MINTS) fund