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- (EQ) One Day To Sell STL: 12 Israel AgTech Companies Visit St. Louis on Spring Delegation
- (EQ) On March 6, 12 AgTech companies from Israel landed in St. Louis for a day-long dive into all things startup.
- (EQ) One Day To Sell STL: 12 Israel AgTech Companies Visit St. Louis on Spring Delegation, On March 6, 12 AgTech companies from Israel landed in St. Louis for a day-long dive into all things startup. The delegation was organized by Global STL, a project of BioSTL, in partnership with the Government of Israel Economic Mission and BIRD Foundation (the Israel‐U.S. Binational Research & Development Fund). The goal? To impress upon these innovative companies the opportunities available to them
- (Area Development) Israel-Based Evogene Establishes US Headquarters In St. Louis, Missouri
- Israeli biotechnology company Evogene will establish its United States headquarters at the Bio-Research & Development Growth Park in St. Louis, Missouri.
- (Area Development) Israel-Based Evogene Establishes US Headquarters In St. Louis, Missouri,
Israeli biotechnology company Evogene will establish its United States headquarters at the Bio-Research & Development Growth Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Evogene’s expansion includes a $1 million capital investment and is expected to create 15 new high-paying jobs in the next three years.
"The establishment of this new facility will clearly take Evogene to a new level in the important area
- (St. Louis Business Journal) Israeli company opening US headquarters in St. Louis
- NRGene, an Israeli genomics company has chosen St. Louis for the location of its U.S. headquarters.
- through the initiative. GlobalSTL began in 2014 as the St. Louis-Israel Innovation Connection (SLIIC) and initially focused on Israel.
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- (St. Louis Public Radio) St. Louis Groups Court Next Wave of Israeli Companies
- “Being out here and communicating what we do in our innovation ecosystem helps to build the brand and to send the message that St. Louis has built something special and you should look at it,” said Sam Fiorello, COO of the Danforth Center and president of BRDG Park.
- (St. Louis Public Radio) St. Louis Groups Court Next Wave of Israeli Companies, On a Sunday morning in Tel Aviv the streets are bustling. It’s the first day of the work week for Israelis.
BioSTL’s man in Israel, Uri Attir, has set up meetings with five startups companies. The first is at Hebrew University’s agriculture school in Rehovot, a southern suburb of the city.
In a small university conference room, a plant science professor and his three-member team present their business
- Governor Showcases Strategic the Region’s Ag Innovation Ecosystem During Visit of Israeli Ambassador to the U.S.
- Danforth Center and BRDG Park offers a competitive advantage when recruiting high quality companies to St. Louis.
- efforts to recruit start-up and scale-up companies from Israel to the region, particularly in the AgTech, in agriculture technology today as is the state of Israel. So part of the discussion is how we can enhance those, in that area.” said Dermer. “I think Israel is going to be a great resource.” , (Collection
- (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) BRDG Park Company, Forrest Innovations, Works to Fight the Zika Virus
- The battle against the Zika virus, which can cause birth defects and paralysis, has been taken to the source. The deadliest creatures on Earth — mosquitoes — kill 725,000 people every year by passing on malaria, dengue fever, yellow fever and other diseases. Now the insects are blamed for spreading Zika, infecting 3 million to 4 million people across Latin America in the last year.
- Paldi, Forrest’s CEO. Israel-based Forrest Innovations moved its American headquarters to the Bio
- (Agri Investor) Sowing the Seed: Cultivating Relationships with Agtech Start-ups
- The chief operating officer for the Danforth Plant Science Center talks about how to attract the best start-ups from around the world, his local community seed stage and VC funding connections, and the limits to the risk his organisation can afford to take.
- , including home-grown spin-offs from the Danforth Center, and the rest are from Germany, Israel, India
- The Plant Pulse January 13, 2012
- Who’s in the lead? Algae around the world
Who’s in front in the development of algal-based fuels and biomaterials? India, China, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, Israel, the EU, or the US. The NAABB’s globe-trotting chief parses it out ...
- The Plant Pulse January 13, 2012, Who’s in the lead? Algae around the world -Biofuels Digest
Who’s in front in the development of algal-based fuels and biomaterials? India, China, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, Israel, the EU, or the US. The NAABB’s globe-trotting chief parses it out. Drought alarm found in plants - Science Alert
The signal was discovered while trying to understand how different parts of the cell "talk" to each other under drought conditions in the model plant
- St. Louis to Host International Algal Biofuels Conference
- ST. LOUIS, MO, June 14, 2011 – The First International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels, and Bioproducts will be held July 17 – 20, 2011 at the Westin Hotel in St. Louis. The conference will cover all areas of emerging technologies in algal biol ...
- . Confirmed Speakers include: Ami Ben-Amotz, National Institute of Oceanography Israel, Haifa, Israel Heriberto Cerutti, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA Nathan Danielson, DuPont, USA Brian
- Let the Secret Out
- Welcome guest blogger, Sam Fiorello, Chief Operating Officer at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and President of Bio-Research & Development Growth Park (BRDG Park) on the Danforth Center campus.
Sam will be sharing his insights and ex ...
- of existence, BRDG Park is already home to companies and innovators from India, China, Israel, Western