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NASA Enlists Trees, Bacteria to Clean Up Earth

NASA Field Tests Microbes that Help Trees Clean Up Pollutio
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Check out our other publications below:

Intrinsyx Environmental and The Arbor Day Foundation's new partnership was featured in Fast CompanyJuly7th, 2021

Intrinsyx Environmental and The Arbor Day Foundation's new partnership was featured in American City and CountyJune 14, 2021

Intrinsyx Environmental is excited to announce a new partnership with The Arbor Day Foundation. Founded in 1972, the Arbor Day Foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, with more than one million members, supporters, and valued partners. Since 1972, more than 400 million Arbor Day Foundation trees have been planted in neighborhoods, communities, cities, and forests throughout the world. June 14, 2021

Intrinsyx Environmental was featured in the New York Times article, Superfund, Meet Super Plants: Can the plant microbiome help clean up contaminated land? April 7, 2020
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Our Lead Scientist Dr. John Freeman was included in Issue 40 of SUSTAIN Magazine, in his co-authored article The University of Louisville Superfund Research Center Training Core on page 20.
May 31st, 2019

Our Chief Scientist Dr. John Freeman was interviewed by CBS News about our groundbreaking phytoremediation project at the MEW Superfund site in Moffett Field, CA. October 23rd, 2017

The Mountain View Voice published a front page article featuring our phytoremediation project at the MEW Superfund site in Moffett Field, CA. October 20th, 2017

In the November issue of Scientific American, an article features our phytoremediation project at the MEW Superfund site in Moffett Field, CA. October 18th, 2017

Results of successful field trial at NASA-Ames are featured in Chemical & Engineering News September 2017

Results of successful field trial at NASA-Ames are featured in University of Washington News, Poplar and Willow Council of Canada News, and Oregon Public BroadcastingAugust 2017

‘Probiotics’ for plants boost detox abilities; untreated plants overdose and die featured in University of Washington News. November 2014