Press Releases

Zero Gravity Solutions Announces that Rik Miller, Former President of DuPont Crop Protection has been named its Senior Strategic Agricultural Advisor


BOCA RATON, Fla.— (July 19, 2017),– Zero Gravity Solutions, Inc. (“ZGSI” or the “Company”) (Pink Sheets: ZGSI), an agricultural biotechnology public company commercializing its technology derived from and designed for Space with significant applications for agriculture on Earth, announced the addition of Rik Miller, a 31-year veteran of the DuPont Company (Dupont) to its senior advisory group.

Mr. Miller worked at DuPont from 1984 to 2015, where he held numerous successive senior leadership and management roles in sales and marketing in DuPont’s agricultural chemicals business. As president of DuPont Crop Protection, Mr. Miller developed and executed strategic growth plans, directed the global research and development investment and coordinated introduction of innovative technologies and products on a global scale. He also served on CropLife International’s Strategy Council and under appointment to the USDA Secretary of Agriculture’s Agricultural Policy Advisory Committee and has been actively involved in promoting youth development programs through the National Future Farmers of America Organization, National 4-H Organization and other non-profit organizations. Mr. Miller also currently serves on the Board of Directors of Cool Planet Energy Systems, Douglas Products, Montana FFA Foundation, and is a senior advisor for Altamont Capital Partners. He holds a degree in Agronomy from Montana State University with majors in plant and soil science and plant biochemistry.


Zero Gravity Solutions Announces Successful Results of Seedling Growth Experiment Using BAM-FX on the International Space Station (ISS) and a Second Experiment Launched on the SpaceX CRS-11 Dragon Cargo Mission is Now On Board the ISS

BOCA RATON, Fla.— (June 14, 2017),– Zero Gravity Solutions, Inc. (“ZGSI” or the “Company”) (Pink Sheets: ZGSI), an agricultural biotechnology public company announced favorable results from the previously announced educational research experiment using its BAM-FX micronutrient product on the International Space Station (ISS). A second educational experiment utilizing BAM-FX®, launched to the ISS aboard the SpaceX 11 Cargo Mission to the International Space Station on June 3, 2017 has reached the ISS.

The first BAM-FX experiment was an educational collaboration between V3PO, NanoRacks, LLC, Valley Christian High School of San Jose, California, Intrinsyx Technologies Corporation (ITC), and NASA’s Ames Research Center in California's Silicon Valley. It was designed to study the growth and nutritional effects of BAM-FX (a patented precision zinc and copper micronutrient formulation) on broccoli seedlings in microgravity and was led by two plant stress physiologists, Dr. John Freeman of ITC and Dr. David Bubenheim of NASA Ames’ Biospheric Science Branch.

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