Engender signs $1m deal with Chinese artificial insemination company

March 30, 2017

New Zealand sperm technology company Engender Technologies, has secured a seven-figure deal with Asia’s largest animal genetics company, in a first for the Kiwi tech pioneers in this market. Engender Technologies is commercialising a microfluidic and photonic technology to improve sorting of sperm by sex for the trillion dollar livestock market and is building its…

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Brent Ogilvie’s Interview at the TIN100 Launch Event

March 7, 2017

Brent Ogilvie, Engender’s Managing Director, was interviewed at the TIN100 launch event in late 2016. Please click the link below to watch the full interview.

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Engender named one of the AgFunder 5 Most Innovative International Startups

January 20, 2017

Engender is pleased to announce that it has picked up an award at the inaugural AgFunder Innovation Awards. Engender was names as one of the ‘5 Most Innovative International Startups at Series A and Beyond’ by Agfunder. The award was determined by nominations from Agfunder’s global network of over 25,000 people committed to the progression of agriculture. AgFunder is…

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Engender featured in Minter Ellison’s Backbone Magazine

December 8, 2016

Engender’s lawyers, Minter Ellison, have written a feature length article on Engender in Issue 12 of Backbone Magazine. Please click here to read the full article here.

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Engender Chief Scientist named primary industry champion

June 16, 2016

Engender’s Chief Scientist, Associate Professor Cather Simpson, has been named a primary industry champion. This appointment confirms that Engender’s technology addresses a significant market need. Please click here for further details

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Engender Closes a $4.5m Capital Raise and Wins the Ag-tech Sector of the Silicon Valley Tech World Cup

June 3, 2016

Engender Technologies is moving at light speed from local success to the global stage.  Engender has just closed a $4.5 million capital raise led by Pacific Channel. With an original target of $2.5 million, the company closed fully over subscribed.  Investors ranged from one of the world’s largest dairy artificial insemination companies to leading New…

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Vote of confidence for Engender as leading global livestock artificial inseminator inks deal

May 7, 2015

Engender Technologies has patented and developed a physics solution to a biological problem in which technology housed in a microfluidic chip forms a process that is expected to be faster, gentler and less expensive and less labour intensive than its only competitor. The staggered deal provides Engender with US$250,000 of resources upfront to consolidate the microfluidic chip…

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