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DNA Bar Codes Added in Spores to Track Farm Products

Synthetic microbe spores made with unique DNA identifiers are shown to be capable of safely tracking vegetable crops from the farm to retail stores. . . . → Read More: DNA Bar Codes Added in Spores to Track Farm Products

Covid-19 Antibody Therapy Prepares for Trial

Cattle

A biotechnology company producing synthetic antibodies in cattle, without human blood, to treat Covid-19 infections is advancing the therapy toward a clinical trial. . . . → Read More: Covid-19 Antibody Therapy Prepares for Trial

Coffee, Hemp Cells Set for Space Station Study

Coffee beans

A company is sending cell cultures from hemp and coffee plants to the International Space Station to test effects of weightlessness on the plants’ gene expression. . . . → Read More: Coffee, Hemp Cells Set for Space Station Study

Companies Deploy Blockchain for Food Safety, Tracking

Cattle

A company offering food and animal safety services is applying blockchain technologies to boost its livestock and food tracking capabilities. . . . → Read More: Companies Deploy Blockchain for Food Safety, Tracking

New Company Developing Cell-Based Milk

Milk splash

A biotechnology start-up enterprise plans to produce milk directly from mammary cells in the lab without crops, animals, or farms. . . . → Read More: New Company Developing Cell-Based Milk

Tomato Genetics Altered for Urban Farms

Gene-altered tomatoes

Plant scientists used a genome-editing technique to produce varieties of tomatoes better suited for growing on urban farms and other small plots. . . . → Read More: Tomato Genetics Altered for Urban Farms

Rice Univ, Shell Partner on Sustainable Carbon

Matteo Pasquali with carbon nanotube fibers

Rice University and the energy company Shell launched a program to sustainably produce carbon derived from splitting rather than burning hydrocarbons. . . . → Read More: Rice Univ, Shell Partner on Sustainable Carbon

Drones, A.I. Deployed by Agricultural Start-Up

Philipp Lottes and Cyrill Stachniss

A new company is combining drone photography with artificial intelligence to provide growers with better data to monitor and manage crop growth. . . . → Read More: Drones, A.I. Deployed by Agricultural Start-Up

Smart Solar Powered Crop Dryer Receives Grant Funds

An Indiana company is receiving U.S. government and private grants to develop a solar-powered algorithm-controlled crop dehydrator for small farms. . . . → Read More: Smart Solar Powered Crop Dryer Receives Grant Funds

Food Technology Company Gains $4M in Seed Funds

Cut oranges and grapefruit

A company developing a food preservation technology from university materials science labs is raising $4 million in its seed funding round. . . . → Read More: Food Technology Company Gains $4M in Seed Funds