Artificial intelligence is still in its infancy in agriculture, but the technology is being used through such tools as drones, sensors and hyperspectral cameras. Great potential is seen for the technology to help increase yields, fight pests and battle drought.
Researchers at North Carolina State University are looking at the “black gold” of biochar to enhance nutrient-poor and droughty soils. Read moreRead More »
After securing rights to the patent for the groundbreaking gene-editing technology, CRISPR, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are granting non-exclusive licenses to several companies. Read moreRead More »