Humanity faces numerous challenges. 

There are more than seven and a half billion people sharing the diminishing resources of Earth. This growing population needs to produce more food with the same amount of land and, at the same time, honor the global desire to replace chemical pesticides. Not only are these pesticides facing increased consumer opposition and threat of outright bans due to environmental damage, many are losing their effectiveness.

More than half the world’s population now lives in cities, breathing the same air that carries pathogens and causes infections. Humanity needs to adapt and tackle pandemics both for those who have and for those who do not have equitable access to quality health care around the planet.

To address these issues, we need to develop high-quality, cost-effective solutions that can be deployed on a global scale, including to developing countries. 

We believe RNA can be the critical aspect to these solutions.