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The Path to Sustainable Mushroom Growing

Today, Fungi offers powerful potential for sustainability. For example, mushroom cultivation may be used for recycling agricultural waste as well as providing nutrition and income for people in developing nations.

Better for Farmers, Better for the Planet

At Nano, we believe mushrooms and microbes have the ability to improve human relationships and health on the individual, community, and planetary scale.

 

Mushrooms have profoundly impacted our lives positively in terms of personal health to such a degree that we feel it's important to learn everything we can and share everything we learn.

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Innovation - Driven Solutions

Myco-technology is an emerging field, where fungi can be harnessed for materials or structures with desirable shapes and sizes. Though Myco-technology is in its infancy, today’s applications provide exciting potential for transformation, providing practical solutions through green chemistry.

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Data-Powered
Mycology

NANO Fungi is integrative and multi-disciplinary, using practical data to enhance the use of digital projections. This creates new opportunities to transform Mycology research and applications.

- Advanced Analytics (Ai)

- Process Optimization

- Timeline Acceleration

- Waste Reduction

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Next Generation
Mycology Technologies

NANO focuses on understanding the patterns and underlying mechanisms of our field. We are based in Colorado where we foster a collaborative and innovative Mycology Lab. These principles govern our translation of genetic code to integrated networks of functional processes of fungi.

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