Applied Genomics, the DNA analysis service lab whose mission is to build better understanding of where the wild things are, has joined Trustable Credit.
Applied Genomics use DNA-based technologies to quantify biodiversity, creating big data opportunities for measuring the current state of biodiversity, providing indicators for genetic diversity and identifying tipping-points between biological communities along impact gradients. They currently do this in marine, aquatic and terrestrial environments in the oil & gas, fisheries & agriculture, ports & maritime and regenerative agriculture sectors. Sebastian Mynott, Chief Operations Officer and Principal Molecular Ecologist, said:
“Our data products are well equipped to reducing uncertainties in decision-making for investment in site-specific projects. Co-developing open standards mean that our data can be more interoperable and useful for being a part of carbon, biodiversity, or nature improvement credit creation. We look forward to bringing our perspectives on DNA approaches for valuing natural capital into the fold”.