A new ELISA test developed by scientists at NYC’s Mount Sinai Hospital, University of Finland and University of Melbourne can ascertain rapidly whether a person has developed immunity to the coronavirus.
Scanit Technologies has netted US$250,000 in prize money with its novel in-field platform that detects airborne plant pathogens and alerts growers, enabling them to take action to prevent potentially devastating crop infections.
California-based dairy Clover Sonoma is making sustainability strides with the launch of a new milk carton made entirely from plant materials.
US start-up Covariant.ai has released a new gen of industrial ‘bin-picking’ robots into warehouses, impressing some of the world’s biggest names in tech.
With the launch of its new, versatile pea protein powder Radipure, global food giant Cargill is looking to extend its reach into the burgeoning Asian market for healthy, plant-based, high-nutrient ingredients.
US dairy-foods manufacturer Stonyfield has joined forces in connected-tech program OpenTEAM to help it sequester more carbon and improve on-farm soil health.
The Ecoloop™, a compact geothermal temperature and humidity control system, uses the ground’s steady temperature to regulate the internal temperature of closed-loop greenhouses, reducing energy costs by more than 60 per cent compared to traditional HVAC systems
Vertical farmers, rejoice! Finally, a ‘plug and play’ VF system that’s eco-friendly, largely automated and costs far less to run than the average vertical facility. Here, AgFunder interviews Niall Skinner, lead mechanical engineer at IGS, about how the tech works.
In this thought-provoking two-part podcast from Forbes Insights’ Michael Gale, Stangis discusses current challenges and opportunities for food companies globally