Ag Tech News
Addition of Ag Tech Virtual Incubation Program by Engagement Centre
To the services available to assist business and industry in southeast Missouri, The Economic and Business Engagement Center at Southeast Missouri State University announces the addition of an Agriculture Technology Virtual Incubation program.
Ag Tech: TeselaGen and Dow AgroSciences Advance Biodesign Technologies
Indianpolis and San Francisco: To produce and develop solutions for farmers is essential to advance agriculture using the power of nature in conjunction with advanced technology and informatics. TeselaGen Biotechnology Inc., and Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW), announced they have entered into a collaboration to produce a state-of-the-art biological design automation platform that can speed discovery work.
Ag Tech News: Monsanto Invests in Ag Tech Startup’s.
To help Blue River Technology, Monsanto Growth Ventures was among a group of investors. An agtech startup using machine learning and computer vision to help farmers with their crops, raise $17 million.
$17 Million Raise in Series B Funding by Blue River Technology.
Blue River Technology is a leader in the use of computer vision, machine learning and robotics for agriculture. It announced it has raised $17 million in Series B funding led by Pontifax Global Food and Agriculture Technology Fund.
Ag Tech: At UN Israeli Resolution on Agtech Wins Broad Support.
At the United Nations, an Israeli resolution on agricultural technology was adopted with broad support, in what Ambassador Danny Danon called a “victory for Israeli innovation.”
The resolution on utilizing agricultural technology for sustainable development passed with 124 countries voting in favor and 37 abstentions, a rare achievement given the Arab bloc’s de facto opposition to any Israeli motion.