Gleaux® is a biotechnology company that developed the world’s first autoluminescent (light producing) plants based on the work of molecular biologist Dr. Alexander Krichevsky. Dr. Krichevsky’s original work was first published in this 2010 article in PLoS One, an international, peer-reviewed science journal. Gleaux® is continuously working at increasing the light output emitted by autoluminescent plants. The company’s vision is to develop novel ornamental plant varieties and green alternatives to electricity-consuming light sources. Gleaux® is headquartered at the Bio-Research & Development Growth (BRDG) Park at the Danforth Plant Science Center, St Louis, MO, USA, with Marketing and Public Relations in our Las Vegas and New Orleans offices.