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🎄 Seasonal greetings from the whole KYTOS team (🇻🇳, 🇧🇪) 🎄
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🎄 Seasonal greetings from the whole KYTOS team (🇻🇳, 🇧🇪) 🎄

✨ 2023 has been an interesting year – we would like to express gratitude to our collaborators, partners and customers for making it so. We have had the opportunity to grow together and unravel agricultural microbiomes across the world 🔬 ✨ We look forward to our further collaborations and projects for 2024 – keep an…

Microbial Marvels: A Deep Dive into the Carp Polyculture Ecosystem
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Microbial Marvels: A Deep Dive into the Carp Polyculture Ecosystem

📢 Exciting News: Our team’s latest review article with Ngoc Minh Ngan Bui as lead author has just been published in the Aquaculture journal! “Bacterial and Microalgal Communities in Carp Polyculture Systems: Composition, Affecting Factors, and Further Perspectives” Microbiomes may be hidden from view, but their impact on freshwater aquaculture is undeniable. Insights into the microbiomes in…

KYTOS technology Enables Modulation of Microbial Protein
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KYTOS technology Enables Modulation of Microbial Protein

At KYTOS, we are aware of the global challenge of sustainable protein production for food and feed. It is our mission to leverage our technology to revolutionize microbiome management with these global challenges in mind. 🎉 We are proud to share the recently published findings (https://lnkd.in/dKJYaKrr) that KYTOS‘s own co-founder & head of DevOps Frederiek – Maarten Kerckhof co-authored….

Detecting Euglenophyta (Tảo mắt) Algae for Improved Aquaculture Management
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Detecting Euglenophyta (Tảo mắt) Algae for Improved Aquaculture Management

KYTOS is thrilled to share its latest achievement: a highly accurate algorithm for detecting Euglenophyta algae in shrimp ponds! 🔬 🦠 But why should farmers care about Euglenophyta algae? Here’s why: 1. Water Quality: Rapid blooms of certain Euglenophyta species can deplete oxygen levels in water, leading to hypoxia or anoxia. This can stress or…

KYTOS & Can Tho University to Formalize Collaboration
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KYTOS & Can Tho University to Formalize Collaboration

📣 KYTOS and the College of Aquaculture and Fisheries of CAN THO UNIVERSITY (CTU) to collaborate on education, research and commercial activities in Vietnam 📣 Last Friday was a truly exciting moment – the official partnership between KYTOS, a spin-off company from Ghent University, and the College of Aquaculture and Fisheries of Can Tho University. This step solidifies a…