In the early 2000s, Tommy Romano started to grow plants in his basement. He wanted to experiment with ways to efficiently grow food inside through vertical farming rather than the traditional way.
At first glance, it appears little has changed in the U.S. fruit industry as we enter a new year. But look just below the surface, and change — a shift in the very nature of how we farm — is occurring. 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 »