Tag: Research

Designing Agricultural Research that Leads to Commercialization

After exploring the success factors of commercialization in last year’s webinar, From Lab to Market: Success Factors for Commercializing Agricultural Technologies, a new report from Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation explores recommendations to USAID and research institutions on how to best improve the commercialization approach, increase the success factor in commercializing research, and how to move forward with research to commercialization.

Designing Agricultural Research that Leads to Commercialization

After exploring the success factors of commercialization in last year’s webinar, From Lab to Market: Success Factors for Commercializing Agricultural Technologies, a new report from Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation explores recommendations to USAID and research institutions on how to best improve the commercialization approach, increase the success factor in commercializing research, and how to move forward with research to commercialization.

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Free Report: The Rise of a More Intelligent Food System 

Ahead of the release of his new data-heavy report, Patrick Keating of Keating International gives an exclusive insight into how the global food system has progressed since the earliest forms of food and agriculture technology.
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DuPont Acquires Taxon Biosciences

April 22nd – DuPont announced it’s acquisition of Taxon Biosciences for an undisclosed amount. Based in Tiburon, California, Taxon utilizes microbiome discovery to develop biological crop products. The deal is expected to close in the second quarter.

Scum Could be the Next Big Biofuel

Scum Could be the Next Big Biofuel

Maybe scum isn’t such a bad thing.

 

Over the last few weeks, studies and stories from around the world have indicated that both microscopic and macro-algae may actually be great sources of biofuel.

Climate Change May Harm Your Diet, Study Says

Climate Change May Harm Your Diet, Study Says

Climate change will affect just about everything, including your stomach.

 

New research from UC Davis shows how increased levels of carbon dioxide are harming the quality of crops, putting us at risk of eating less-nutritious food.