$1 million grand prize and six other winners to be chosen among 20 finalists from across the world at Summit on Nov. 17-18
September 22, 2020
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the 20 finalists for year two of Grow-NY, a food innovation and agriculture technology business challenge focused on enhancing the emerging food, beverage and agriculture innovation cluster in Central New York, the Finger Lakes, and the Southern Tier.
From producer to processor to consumer, U.S. farmers are determined to meet the demand for soy ingredients—including high oleic soybean oil and complete proteins—as food manufacturers adapt to new marketplace trends.
New AgTech Company is founded by Larry Ellison and Dr. David Agus
July 27, 2020
Sensei Ag continues the spirit and draws upon the technological foundations of its sister company Sensei Retreats. With the shared vision of helping people live longer, healthier lives, Sensei Ag will take the learnings of its pilot farm on Lāna’i across the globe and bring hyper-local, nutrient-rich, affordable food to developed and emerging economies.
The Soy Innovation Challenge calls on ag-tech startups and teams to create value for soybean farmers through innovation and technology
March 31, 2020
US soybean farmers principally are price takers in the existing soybean supply chain, without transparent access to market signals originating from end users. Similarly, the complexity of the value chain makes it difficult for end users to buy raw materials that meet their needs.
As national crisis continues, impact study reinforces the significance of critical to day-to-day American life
March 24, 2020
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has served as a reminder of the critical role that the United States food and agriculture industries play in fueling our nation and ensuring that Americans are supplied with an abundance of safe food during this time of need. America's food and agricultural industry is committed to helping the country get through the COVID-19 pandemic.
UC Davis officials are forging a plan to turn the campus into a nexus for food research, policy and new technology.
July 25, 2013
The plan calls for the creation of a World Food Center that would tie together the more than 30 centers or institutes on the UC Davis campus that engage in research related to food, nutrition and health.