- “At Sycorax we believe in progress. At any cost.”
- ―Di Amara
Young billionaire biotech-genius, Liv Amara, founded Sycorax at the age of twenty-three in her goal to study and improve the environment from what they know of it. Because of this, she believes in providing a holistic atmosphere to the work-life through generous contributions. Similar to Krei Tech Industries, Sycorax also funds buildings at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology to enrich the next generation of minds.
Sycorax headquarters maintains a technological and ecological atmosphere, as the building is integrated with plants and trees. Nametags are individually tailored to the wearer's characteristics and automatically register them through biometric scanners integrated into the building's floors. There are also robotic assistants that attend to employee needs and has an illustrious GenTech laboratory that contains state-of-the-art technology, although individual employees, interns included, have labs tailored to their tastes.
- The logo of Sycorax and the stylized "X" in the company's name is modeled after a DNA double-helix. In addition, the architecture and landscaping of the company headquarters have double-helix motives.
- "Sycorax" is the name of a witch from William Shakespeare's play The Tempest, and also the name of an antagonist from the BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who.
- Ironically, The Tempest is the play that "monster" Orso Knox resisted lines from whenever he spoke in proper words and non-beast-like sounds, before taking off in "Big Problem". The episode that introduced both Knox and Liv, as well as her company.