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- (Iowa Farmer Today) Entrepreneurs Explore Food Waste Solutions to Feed 9 Billion
- Dan Morash from California Safe Soil turns food waste into plant food. Morash and other members of a panel recently shared their ideas on food waste at the Ag Innovation Showcase, held at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
- (Iowa Farmer Today) Entrepreneurs Explore Food Waste Solutions to Feed 9 Billion, Dan Morash turns food waste into plant food. The California entrepreneur, through his company California Safe Soil, converts discarded organic matter to a liquefied fertilizer designed to increase fruit and vegetable growth using less water.
Morash and other members of a panel recently shared their ideas on food waste at the Ag Innovation Showcase, held at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center here
- Plant Pulse
- The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences and events, and the impact of plant science.
- Underappreciated Entrepreneur: The Federal Government New York Times
Imagine a world in which the United States government — not the private sector — is the economy’s indispensable entrepreneur, innovating
- Plant Pulse
- The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences and events, and the impact of plant science. We hope this compilation of stories and information will serve as an interesting source of information for you.
- put out by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine is any indication, St. Louis is among
- (St. Louis Post Dispatch) Leadership, not money, was heart of Danforth Foundation's impact
- BY DAVID NICKLAUS
The Danforth Foundation, a leading actor in St. Louis philanthropy for decades, is making its curtain call.
Its final act, a $70 million gift to the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, is drawing rave reviews, but we can't watc ...
- , an entrepreneur who founded a feed mill that eventually became Ralston Purina — and generated the wealth
- (The St. Louis American) New funding for new bioscience companies
- By staff of The St. Louis American
Do you have a science-based technology or idea that might be the basis of a new start-up business in St. Louis? Could you use initial funding and expert advice to prove your innovation further and to help secure pr ...
- , health care/bioscience service companies, and animal health)
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- Agriculture Tech Advances Opportunities for Entrepreneurs, Kauffman/Danforth Plant Science Center Paper Shows
- Paper calls on entrepreneurs to seize untapped potential for innovation in “AgTech” to meet global food demand while minimizing environmental impacts
- by advancing educational achievement and entrepreneurial success. Founded by late entrepreneur
- (West Newsmagazine) St. Louis City, County engages young professionals in economic development
- Involved citizens, regional business leaders and young professionals from the St. Louis City and County met to discuss the economic future of the region.
- business leader and entrepreneur, the decisions that are being made today will not only have
- GET SOCIAL DURING AG INNOVATION SHOWCASE #17AIS
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- (KMOX) Charlie Brennan Interviews Matt Crisp, President & CEO of Benson Hill Biosystems
- Matt Crisp, President and CEO of Benson Hill Biosystems, a St. Louis start up company created by research scientists at the Danforth Center, believes the best way to help farmers squeeze more productivity out of their farmland is by improving the photosynthesis process.
- , including investments from the Helix Fund, and the private entrepreneur support organization BioGenerator
- Jack Taylor Remembered
- for as long as the Center stands.
Jack was a visionary entrepreneur, a tireless advocate for the St. Louis