We are building a world without disease

We have been enduring the devastating consequences
of bacterial diseases for far too long. It's time to change that. Starting with bacterial plant pathogens, Uniphage is eradicating bacterial diseases using combined power of bacteriophages and AI.

Every day, 25,000 people die of malnutrition while 25-40% of crops are lost to plant pathogens

We pour tons of dangerous compounds, such as antibiotics and pesticides, into our environment to fight plant pathogens

In our race to meet the ever-increasing food demand, we expand agricultural lands, which causes 78% of deforestation

This is the world we are living in today.
Let's change it together.

Our mission

We have come to accept the reality of bacterial diseases destroying the world around us. But it does not have to be that way. We made it our mission to break this status quo and rid the world of all bacterial diseases, one after another.

How will we achieve that?

Bacteriophage, tiny viruses that are natural enemies of bacteria, are completely safe for humans and the environment. Our AI-powered platform allows us to transform phages into perfect killers of pathogenic bacteria.

Our technology

We use state-of-the-art NLP algorithms to build our AI. When given a bacterial genome, our model predicts how to modify well-characterized phages to make them perfect killers of that particular bacterial strain.

The modified phages go through rigorous testing. After being approved for mass usage, phage cocktails are mass-produced and delivered to the customers in a ready-to-use form, usually as a spray or injectable solution.

With our ever-expanding library of approved phages, both the approval process and manufacturing cost will be continuously dropping with every disease we eradicate. 

Our platform tech has a myriad of applications

Our platform technology can be used to eliminate pathogenic bacteria in any industry and environment, including agriculture, livestock production, and the human body.

Our primary focus is agriculture, where the problem of bacterial diseases is largely overlooked even though whooping ~$70B worth of crops is lost to bacterial pathogens each year. 

Meet our team

Sofia Sigal-Passeck

Co-founder and CEO

Chris Lis

Co-founder and CTO