5 tried and true tactics from the Terramera Team to get your creative juice flowing.
Meet Michelle Islas, triathlete, Mexico City native, mother, and Supply Chain Manager at Terramera. Not sure what supply chain does? The short answer is seemingly everything. The long answer is...
Saturday, April 7th is World Health Day, an annual celebration of global health awareness. Terramera is striving to improve our world’s health through our agricultural innovation, vision for...
Meet Gavin Schneider, poet, skier, and serious plant enthusiast. As Terramera’s Greenhouse Manager, Gavin plays an integral role in growing the plants necessary to test and improve...
VANCOUVER, BC - Terramera is showcasing its transformational technology platforms and natural products at this year’s GLOBE Forum Innovation Expo, in Vancouver from...
Meet Neha Gadhari, avid mountaineer, snowboarder, and Research Associate at Terramera! She works at our Olympic Village Laboratory identifying natural chemical candidates for our...
This morning, the Government of Canada announced that the BC-Led Digital Technology Supercluster is a funding recipient of the Innovation Supercluster Initiative.
Terramera Founder and CEO, Karn Manhas, has been featured in Forbes Magazine as a notable entrepreneur.
We're excited to announce that Terramera has been chosen to participate in the Lazaridis Scale-Up Program as one of the ten most promising technology companies in Canada.
Terramera is pleased to have been named Best Innovation Winner in the Small Business BC Awards.
Terramera’s success story was included in the 2017 Canadian Federal Budget.
The Federal Government commits $14.8 million to support western-based companies that develop cutting-edge technology, create jobs, and spur the economy.
A recent Vancouver Sun article highlighted IKEA GreenTech’s investment in Terramera as part of BC’s Clean Tech investment boom.
These awards recognize the outstanding achievements of British Columbia’s entrepreneurs and celebrate the contributions new and existing businesses registered in B.C.
On Friday, May 20th, Terramera was featured on FORTUNE’s Daily Term Sheet – Venture Capital Deals.
Wall Street Journal has featured Terramera’s funding announcement.
AgFunder News is talking about Terramera’s round of funding led by S2G investments.
Terramera recently made the news as a recipient of nearly $2 million in funding through Sustainable Development Canada (SDTC).
Founder and CEO of Terramera, Karn Manhas, recently spoke at a Vancouver Board of Trade luncheon about how businesses can tap BCIT to get products to market more quickly.
Bed bugs are adept at becoming resistant to insecticides.
The White House has set up a taskforce to tackle the decline of honey bees.
Proof® included in WIRED Magazines list of treatments to rid belongings of bed bugs.
By now you probably know about the plight of America’s honeybees: the collapsed colonies and dying hives, threatening pollination services to crops and the future of a much-beloved insect.
Terramera, a pioneer in developing effective and safe biopesticides for pest management, today announced the market launch of its groundbreaking CIRKIL® insecticides and ovicides.
Terramera announced it had signed its first distribution agreement with Target Specialty Products.
Terramera, Inc. is pleased to announce that its recently approved residual biopesticides, registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the control of bed bugs and cellar spiders...
Terramera, Inc. is pleased to announce that its groundbreaking new residual biopesticides, registered for the control of bed bugs and cellar spiders, will be marketed under the CIRKIL® brand name.