Yield10 Bioscience, Inc. is an agricultural bioscience company that is using its differentiated trait gene discovery platform—the Trait Factory—to develop improved Camelina varieties for the production of proprietary seed products, and to discover highly valuable genetic traits for the agriculture and food industries.
Our goals are to efficiently establish a high-value seed products business based on developing superior varieties of Camelina for the production of feedstock oils, nutritional oils, and PHA bioplastics, and to license our yield traits to major seed companies for commercialization in row crops, including corn, soybean, and canola.
by Metabolix, Inc., a pioneer in the development of advanced PHA bioplastics production technology.
with an Oilseed Center of Excellence located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
for advanced technologies for crop performance and composition traits in oils and PHA bioplastics.
traded on the Nasdaq stock market under the ticker symbol YTEN.
for the deployment of performance traits in major commercial crops.
who are developing technology related to producing omega-3 (DHA+EPA) oil in Camelina since November 2020.
Yield10 Bioscience, Inc. drives innovation in oilseed crops by developing crop-based solutions to address global food security, climate change and plastic waste in the environment.
Yield10 Oilseeds Inc. is responsible for the development and field testing of new commercial varieties of Camelina incorporating input, performance & new seed product traits.
The city of Saskatoon, located in the Saskatchewan province of Canada, is home to Yield10’s Oilseeds Center of Excellence. These facilities, located in the heart of the oilseed innovation community of Canada, include office, laboratory, and commercial Greenhouse space.
19 Presidential Way in Woburn, MA has been headquarters to Yield10 Bioscience since 2016. The facility, consisting of office and laboratory space, is located approximately 14 miles north of the Boston/Cambridge area and is part of the vibrant life science community of Massachusetts