Rosetta Green develops improved plant traits for the agriculture and biofuel industries, using unique genes called microRNAs. The company specializes in the identification and use of these unique genes that function as “main bio-switches” to control key processes in major crops such as corn, wheat, rice, soybean, cotton, canola and algae. Combining computational biology, molecular biology, plant tissue culture, plant transformation and high throughput trait screening, we identify the most promising microRNAs that could potentially be used to improve key plant traits in major crops