Hot on the heels of Aleph Farms sending some of its cultivated meat cells up into space to be 3D printed into a tiny, tiny piece of steak, another bold agri-food tech mission is setting its sights on the International Space Station.
This article is intended to demystify IP in the food and drink industry and shed light on the full extent of the opportunities available to companies to protect and benefit from their IP, with a particular focus on the role patent protection can play.
Do more with less. It's probably fair to say that's been the key mantra for the agtech industry over the past decade. As we approach 2020, expect more attention on improving the quality of the food we produce. Benson Hill is one example.
With Idea2Scale, we conducted a survey of 50 global venture capital firms that invest in foodtech and agtech and asked them about the categories and geographies they were most excited about as well as the key challenges to investing in the sector.
Recent academic work has found that oyster farming can remove nitrogen, phosphate and sediment from the water column making it more than just a profitable business with growing global demand, writes Chip Terry.
Find out which regions and sectors VCs are most eager to explore in 2020 and tips on how startups can improve their chances of making a deal in this new investor sentiment survey conducted by Idea2Scale and AgFunder.
Just 8% of venture capital dollars invested in agri-foodtech in 2018 went to founding teams with at least one female, according to a new report by AgFunder, KK&P and The New Food Economy with support from S2G Ventures.
People are recognizing the potential opportunity for indoor growing to address many of the challenges in food and ag. Since the Plenty funding in late 2017, we have seen a surge of funding for both sunless and greenhouse approaches, says The Mixing Bowl releasing its first Indoor AgTech Landscape.