Innovations are disrupting the food supply chain beginning with farm inputs and continuing through to consumers to create a sustainable food system that will produce nutrition to feed the planet. The 10th year event, September 10-12 in St Louis, will curate discussions looking forward to emerging industry trends, present high-impact agrifood innovations from around the world celebrating alumni from previous years and introducing new companies.
This year’s speakers will include:
- Jill Kolling, Global Sustainability Leader at Cargill
- Neal Gutterson, CTO at Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDupont
- Chris Chinn, Director Missouri Department of Ag.
- Leaders from the fertilizer and soil heath industry.
Ag Innovation Showcase is widely acclaimed as the “go to event” for agrifood innovation. Read More
ISCA Technologies, which develops natural incesticides that don’t damage the environment, has been featured in Scientific American for the innovations. The article was written by Annie Sneed, who covers a range of topics from DNA editing to climate change.
The problem with incesticides and pesticides is twofold: for one, developing countries cannot afford them and two, the countries that can spray incesticides over large acres of land, thereby exacerbating air pollution in farms. ISCA Technologies solves both problems by providing cheap plant-and-animal based incesticides that can target mosquitos without the incessant use of pesticides.
Check out the article here.
Two UC Davis Ag Innovation Showcase Alumni have been featured in an Agri-Pulse article by Eric Englert as tech startups to revolutionize farming. XTB Laboratories’ CEO Ted Batkin and UAV-IQ’s Andreas Neuman were interviewed to talk about their respective companies technology and how it will change the way we produce, protect, and optimize agriculture.
AG Innovations 9/12/2017
At Ag Innovation Showcase this past September, 22 companies presented their innovations to a crowd of investors and established Ag professionals.
The predecessor to Ag Showcase’s 10 year anniversary introduced a series of speakers such as Adrian Percy from BayerAg, discussed the future of AgTech, and encouraged college innovations with a University showcase.
Rohit Shukla, CEO of Larta Institute, covers more here.
The “peak oil” scenarios of the 1960s significantly facilitated the development of a more sustainable energy supply that is now suitably safe for our industrial societies. It also prepared us better for re¬acting to other external factors, such as the need for CO2-reduction due to global warming.