We're in our first trimester.

As an early-stage start-up, we've got lots of womb to grow before launching our safe new option for infant nutrition.  

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Studying tiny cells to nourish tiny humans

Published June 3, 2021

It's about time that milk-making cells get the recognition they deserve.

To be a good mammary epithelial cell (MEC), we need to abide by our core values: be prolific, be secure, be committed, be discerning, and be expressive. While our caretakers are pretty great, it's about time we get the recognition we deserve- breakthrough mammary biotechnology wouldn't be possible without us. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published June 1, 2021

From proof of concept to proof of complexity.

Our team is thrilled to announce that

we have produced the world’s first cell-

cultured human milk outside of the breast. In just 11 months, we have moved the field of lactation science from proof of concept to proof of complexity, producing milk compositions that look more like a symphony than a concerto. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published May 6, 2021

While BIOMILQ’s mission is nuanced and

science is complicated, our approach is

simple: empathy first. Promoting the wellbeing of babies, moms, and the planet means living by the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated. We take our impact seriously, and that starts in-house.(Click here to keep reading.)


Published March 26, 2021

When new moms reach out to a pediatrician,

obstetrician, midwife, doula, lactation

consultant, or local mom’s group, they are looking for support, guidance, and empathy. Instead, far too many are being gaslit — the last thing over-tired hormonal women need to feel is like they are crazy. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published February 21, 2021

This Black History Month, we’re expressing

 our appreciation for black women whose

contributions to biotech, agtech, women’s

health, and breastfeeding must be ‘cell’ebrated (we’re big on puns at BIOMILQ). (Click here to keep reading.)

Published February 17, 2021

By understanding the behind-the-scenes

of milk-making, we hope that moms cut

themselves some slack, recognizing that

there are many biological reasons for

breastfeeding struggles, and that there is

more than one way to feed a baby. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published February 8, 2021

While there is nothing inherently wrong

with any of these associations with

breastfeeding, they become problematic when proper lactation becomes a way of distinguishing the good moms from the bad. (Click here to keep reading.)

Reflection by Michelle Egger

Published February 17, 2021

Published January 11, 2021

Reflection by Leila Strickland

Why am I doing this? It turns out that our

mission is about far more than increasing infant feeding options. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published November 17, 2020

The injustices that Freeman exposes are

heartbreaking, yet our team emerged with a

sense of hope. More than anything, the Fultz

story has motivated our team to be more authentic and creative in our work and in our fight for expanding infant nutrition’s outdated framework. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published June 16, 2020

The BIOMILQ team is thrilled to be supported by such inspirational and mission-aligned investors who understand the needs of parents and the planet. (Click here to keep reading.)

Published February 6, 2020

While there is no replacement for breastmilk, we

believe we can harness the power of science,

technology, and nature to deliver comprehensive and sustainable infant nutrition. (Click here to keep reading.)