Noah Deich, executive director of the Center for Carbon Removal, shares insights heard at COP21 into how agtech can play a role in keeping global temperatures down.
An agtech entrepreneur and former venture capitalist, Matthew B. Crisp recently closed a Series A funding round for Benson Hill Biosystems, and here he shares some of his key takeaways.
Farmland fund manager SLM Partners argues that ecological farming provides an alternative way to produce more with less, through deeply science-based and knowledge-intensive farming systems.
We have collated 10 of the year's most-read stories for you to enjoy over the festive period while we take a short break from publishing news.
Liron Brish, the co-founder and CEO of Farm Dog, a precision agriculture platform, discusses the comments made at an event organized by DEFRA and the Open Data Institute.
Hemendra Mathur, managing director for Indian private equity firm SEAF India Investment Advisors, discusses the growing organic food market in India and where investors can find value.
Mike Betts, director of investments at AgFunder, shares his key takeaways from the event and his thoughts on the growing aquaculture sector.
Tomer Poran and Deepak Jagannathan talk us through why Draper Nexus has decided to invest in agtech, despite the challenges it presents as a sector.
There is an emerging trend building in India for young startup businesses to partner with large, local corporates. Sickle Innovations, a business focused on designing efficient agri equipment for agriculture in India, as entered into one such partnership.
This is the second part of Raghavan Sampathkumar's article on the prospects and challenges of agtech development in India. In part two he discusses realistic scenarios in the country's agriculture sector, and offers recommendations to agtech entrepreneurs.
India's growing class of passionate and young entrepreneurs holds promise for the development of the country's agriculture sector, which supports nearly two-thirds of the population, writes Raghavan Sampathkumar, founder of SMARTAgBiz.
These are good days to be a precision agriculture company, but with so many new technologies coming to market, it's getting tough to discern which are poised to become “must haves” for growers, writes Gabriel Wilmoth of Syngenta Ventures who attended InfoAg last week.