4 Things Investor Chuck Templeton Says Every Entrepreneur Should Be Thinking About, And More
S2G Ventures, a company featured in a spotlight session at the 2016 Ag Innovation Showcase shares insight on what it considers when investing and its outlook on the future of food.
Agricultural Technology Investment Rises to Record $25 Billion
Investments by companies and venture capitalists in agricultural technology reached a record of as much as $25 billion globally in 2015, and that figure will probably grow again this year, according to a private report.
With 9 Billion Mouths to Feed by 2050, We Have to Get Busy Now
To feed the 9 billion humans who’ll be living on Earth in 35 years, we’re going to have to double the amount of food available. That would be a challenge even if those same humans weren’t changing the planet’s climate, making it less friendly to farming. Feeding the world of tomorrow is technologically feasible with existing tools (and some creative thinking). It’ll just take some work.
Driving New Revenue Sources Through a Digital Ag Revolution
Why digital ag? Digital ag is about improving the decisions farmers make about planting, fertilization, crop protection and irrigation based on the inputs, as well as yield and quality outputs, at harvest.
Interview: Sheila Sweeney On St. Louis’ Emerging Agtech Corridor
The CEO of St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, Sheila Sweeney, discusses why St. Louis is the right place to build an Ag hub and other updates impacting the tech community.
Growing Agtech Startup Spaces
St. Louis continues to bolster and support agtech startups developing in the region and sees opportunities with Bayer and Monsanto advancing together.
St. Louis and Israel Agtech Connection Grows Stronger
St. Louis Public Radio
Two years ago BioSTL set out to put St. Louis on Israel’s radar.
Forrest Innovations: Addressing Humanity’s Big Problems with Innovative Solutions
Guest blogger from Forrest Innovations discusses agriculture, fighting global good waste and promoting sustainability.
Let’s Talk About…Technology, Truth and the Public
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Join the Danforth Center on Thursday, November 17, 2016 for the final Conversations program of the year. At the event, you’ll get an inside look at one reporter’s personal journey of finding a story that surprised her and the public backlash that followed. Pulitzer Prize winning author and New York Times National Correspondent, Amy Harmon, will share her experience covering the intersection of science and society and the divide between public opinion and scientific data.
BRDG Park Careers
KWS SAAT SE and NewLeaf Symbiotics are hiring for positions at BRDG Park. Check them out here!