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In Washington, Washington State University biologist Mechthild Tegeder developed a way to dramatically increase the yield and quality of soybeans. Her greenhouse-grown soybean plants fix...

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Genetic Study of Soil Microbes May Offer Help for Climate Change

In New Hampshire, scientists at the University of New Hampshire received $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of...

Precision Ag Data Start-ups Growing in Number

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Granular Ag Using Data Analysis to Find Hidden Farm Costs

In California, Granular Ag, a data focused farm management company, is helping farmers figure out what to do with all the new data they...

New renewable plastics from wood waste developed by Fraunhofer Institute

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ARPA-E’s energy crop scanner improves data speeds 70X

In Arizona, the Transportation Energy Resources from Renewable Agriculture group of the Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy office has built a scanner that...

WSU researchers find new method to separate lignin from wood

In Washington, Washington State University researchers used a new type of solvent to separate lignin from wood without altering its key properties – a...

NCBiotech receives $1.87M USDA/DOE grant to lead SE sorghum initiative

In North Carolina, the North Carolina Biotechnology Center received a $1.87 million federal grant for a three-year study of the production of sorghum as...

Preservation Sciences licenses dehydration tech to Bright Green for Arizona project

In New Mexico, Preservation Sciences, Inc. is licensing its dehydration technology to the Bright Green Group for use in the $160 million facility Bright...

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