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AFYVA interview with founders, Dominic and Nick

Paul Olelle interviews our founders. Discussion on precision fermentation, our journey and products

Viva Afritech! Viva the South African start ups

We were fortunate enough to be chosen as part of the South African delegation...





We are happy to share that Immobazyme has successfully secured our next round of funding, bringing our total investment raised to date to R24.5 million.

Pioneering Biotechnology for a Better Tomorrow

CEO, Dominic Nicholas stands as a driving force behind Immobazyme...

Ethan's publification (co-author) on hardnessing the health benefits of plants, specifically microgreens.
Harnessing the health benefits of plants

Plant-derived medicines has been used for thousands of years...

The Immobazyme co-founder's recieving an award for the GIST catalyst virtual pitch competition
 GIST Catalyst Pitch Competition Semifinals!

GIST Catalyst Virtual Pitch Competition Semifinalists have been announced...

Article on Africa's rising startups, Immobazyme predicted to be the next unicorn.
10 African startups that might be the next unicorns 🦄

Africa’s economy is the fastest-growing in the world, making it the perfect climate... 

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Immobazyme (Pty) Ltd a spin-off company of the University of Stellenbosch Enterprises

Youtube video on our process ->

Immobazyme shortlisted for Africa Tech Awards 2024

Unveiling the Top 45 startiups shortlisted for the Africa Tech awards' hosted by VivaTech...

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Africa Health Ventures #7

Your rundown of what's going on with health ventures in Africa.

Stellenbosch Entrepreneur of the Month 

Dominic, Ethan and Nicholas have developed a new way to immobilise enzymes...

Immobazyme awarded Stellenbosch entrepreneur of the month
R26-million investment raised.
Article on Immobazyme's first round of funding from the University Technology fund (UTF)

Innovus has announced five new spinout companies. The tech transfer team has raised an investment of R26-million.

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