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AgTech Progress
Oct 26, 2021
Cultured Meat: A Global Perspective

Cultured Meat: A Global Perspective

Cultured meat has come a long way since 2013. What was once a concept from the realms of science fiction, made in tiny quantities in research labs for astronomical costs has now become an emerging industry, with start-ups across the world racing to become the first to successfully produce cultured meat on a commercial scale.
Press Release
A Winning Solution for Autonomous Farming Safety

A Winning Solution for Autonomous Farming Safety

Agri-tech company Agribot AI has won the Agri-EPI and Hands Free Farm hackathon tackling safety and security concerns around autonomous agricultural vehicles.
AgTech Progress
Oct 14, 2021
Rethinking Smart Cities: Setbacks and How to Move Forward

Rethinking Smart Cities: Setbacks and How to Move Forward

Ideas have moved on from a smart city being a dystopian world of sensors everywhere and people control by artificial intelligence - smart cities are primarily about progressing to water, food, and power independence and minimal transport. How to make smart cities in both deserts and the sea must be figured out.
Press Release
First-Ever Climate-Friendly Tractor

First-Ever Climate-Friendly Tractor

AUGA group, Europe's largest vertically integrated organic food producer, has introduced the world's first hybrid biomethane and electric tractor for professional farm use - AUGA M1. Until now, sustainable fuel tractors available on the market have not been suitable for large-scale farm work. This is the company's first step in offering technological solutions that will help eliminate climate pollution throughout the food supply chain and foster…
Press Release
New Sensor Uses Photonics to Spot Killer Fruit & Veg

New Sensor Uses Photonics to Spot Killer Fruit & Veg

A recent study shows pesticides in fruit and vegetables kill 11,000 people every year and unintentionally poison 385 million worldwide. Monitoring these foods for microscopic chemicals and harmful bacteria can take days of sending small batches off to laboratories for testing and analysis. But now, a new detector is being developed to spot minute traces of these poisonous elements with photonics to give a result in minutes.
AgTech Progress
Oct 5, 2021
New Smart City Materials and Formats

New Smart City Materials and Formats

Cities seek more independence and security with water, food, and 100% electrification.
AgTech Progress
Sep 21, 2021
First Coffee Produced with Cellular Agriculture

First Coffee Produced with Cellular Agriculture

Researchers have successfully produced coffee cells in a bioreactor through cellular agriculture. The innovation can help to make the production of coffee more sustainable. The first batches produced in a laboratory in Finland smell and taste like conventional coffee.
AgTech Progress
Sep 16, 2021
Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

On the 22nd of September 2021, one of the largest water desalination projects, and the first of its kind in Africa will be launched in Marsabit County, Kenya. It delivers over 11,000litres of drinking water per hour, with a capacity of providing water to over 30,000 community members in a radius of 5km water points, which will be distributed through 24 fully automated water ATMs.
AgTech Progress
Sep 15, 2021
Researchers Design Sensors to Rapidly Detect Plant Hormones

Researchers Design Sensors to Rapidly Detect Plant Hormones

SMART nanosensors are safer and less tedious than existing techniques for testing plants' response to compounds such as herbicides.
AgTech Progress
Sep 13, 2021
SpaceCows: Using AI to Tackle Feral Herds in Australia

SpaceCows: Using AI to Tackle Feral Herds in Australia

Unmanaged feral cattle and buffaloes have a huge impact on biodiversity including land degradation, overgrazing of native vegetation, erosion and destruction to rivers and wetlands. CSIRO and Microsoft are working on the digital twin project, dubbed SpaceCows, as part of the collaborative satellite herd-tracking program.
AgTech Progress
Oct 26, 2021
Cultured Meat: A Global Perspective

Cultured Meat: A Global Perspective

Cultured meat has come a long way since 2013. What was once a concept from the realms of science fiction, made in tiny quantities in research labs for astronomical costs has now become an emerging industry, with start-ups across the world racing to become the first to successfully produce cultured meat on a commercial scale.
AgTech Progress
Oct 14, 2021
Rethinking Smart Cities: Setbacks and How to Move Forward

Rethinking Smart Cities: Setbacks and How to Move Forward

Ideas have moved on from a smart city being a dystopian world of sensors everywhere and people control by artificial intelligence - smart cities are primarily about progressing to water, food, and power independence and minimal transport. How to make smart cities in both deserts and the sea must be figured out.
Press Release
New Sensor Uses Photonics to Spot Killer Fruit & Veg

New Sensor Uses Photonics to Spot Killer Fruit & Veg

A recent study shows pesticides in fruit and vegetables kill 11,000 people every year and unintentionally poison 385 million worldwide. Monitoring these foods for microscopic chemicals and harmful bacteria can take days of sending small batches off to laboratories for testing and analysis. But now, a new detector is being developed to spot minute traces of these poisonous elements with photonics to give a result in minutes.
AgTech Progress
Sep 21, 2021
First Coffee Produced with Cellular Agriculture

First Coffee Produced with Cellular Agriculture

Researchers have successfully produced coffee cells in a bioreactor through cellular agriculture. The innovation can help to make the production of coffee more sustainable. The first batches produced in a laboratory in Finland smell and taste like conventional coffee.
AgTech Progress
Sep 15, 2021
Researchers Design Sensors to Rapidly Detect Plant Hormones

Researchers Design Sensors to Rapidly Detect Plant Hormones

SMART nanosensors are safer and less tedious than existing techniques for testing plants' response to compounds such as herbicides.
Press Release
A Winning Solution for Autonomous Farming Safety

A Winning Solution for Autonomous Farming Safety

Agri-tech company Agribot AI has won the Agri-EPI and Hands Free Farm hackathon tackling safety and security concerns around autonomous agricultural vehicles.
Press Release
First-Ever Climate-Friendly Tractor

First-Ever Climate-Friendly Tractor

AUGA group, Europe's largest vertically integrated organic food producer, has introduced the world's first hybrid biomethane and electric tractor for professional farm use - AUGA M1. Until now, sustainable fuel tractors available on the market have not been suitable for large-scale farm work. This is the company's first step in offering technological solutions that will help eliminate climate pollution throughout the food supply chain and foster…
AgTech Progress
Oct 5, 2021
New Smart City Materials and Formats

New Smart City Materials and Formats

Cities seek more independence and security with water, food, and 100% electrification.
AgTech Progress
Sep 16, 2021
Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

Launch of the Largest Solar Powered Water Desalination System in Kenya

On the 22nd of September 2021, one of the largest water desalination projects, and the first of its kind in Africa will be launched in Marsabit County, Kenya. It delivers over 11,000litres of drinking water per hour, with a capacity of providing water to over 30,000 community members in a radius of 5km water points, which will be distributed through 24 fully automated water ATMs.
AgTech Progress
Sep 13, 2021
SpaceCows: Using AI to Tackle Feral Herds in Australia

SpaceCows: Using AI to Tackle Feral Herds in Australia

Unmanaged feral cattle and buffaloes have a huge impact on biodiversity including land degradation, overgrazing of native vegetation, erosion and destruction to rivers and wetlands. CSIRO and Microsoft are working on the digital twin project, dubbed SpaceCows, as part of the collaborative satellite herd-tracking program.