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Monsanto Acquires Agricultural Technology Leader Divergence, Inc.
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“We extend our sincere congratulations to the team at Divergence.  This is further validation of their extraordinary work.  Becoming part of the Monsanto team will give them access to resources that will accelerate their work to bring critical solu ...
Monsanto Acquires Agricultural Technology Leader Divergence, Inc., “We extend our sincere, part of the Monsanto team will give them access to resources that will accelerate their work, Monsanto buys Divergence Derek Rapp has sat on both sides of the table. As head of acquisitions at Monsanto, he helped the Creve Coeur-based agricultural giant buy other companies. Now his St. Louis biotech company, Divergence, has been bought by Monsanto. Privately-held Divergence works
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Merger Puts Spotlight on Monsanto's Charitable Giving
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“Yes, Monsanto has been a terrific supporter over the years, but we receive support from a whole host of companies including Monsanto’s competitors,” said Sam Fiorello, chief operating officer at the Danforth Center. “I’m optimistic that we won’t see any significant negative impacts of this,” he said of the region.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Merger Puts Spotlight on Monsanto's Charitable Giving, For decades, Monsanto and its charitable fund have funneled millions of dollars into communities and education programs in St. Louis and around the world. The company’s name adorns the buildings of many prominent local institutions such as the Missouri Botanical Garden’s research facility, the St. Louis Zoo’s, , Monsanto provided $2 million to construct the St. Louis Science Center’s GROW exhibit, which opened
(KMOX) Monsanto, Danforth Center Urge ADM to Choose St. Louis
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Fiorello says Archer Daniels Midland would be closer to its suppliers and its customers if its global headquarters was in St. Louis and says ADM’s presence would cement St. Louis as a center of global excellence in agri-science.
(KMOX) Monsanto, Danforth Center Urge ADM to Choose St. Louis, Archer Daniels Midland Co. is looking for a new global headquarters as fellow agri-business giant Monsanto Co. is adding almost 700 high, and Acquisitions Lead at Monsanto, tells KMOX News, adding that his biotech company is expanding here because, need to get with ease. I travel a good deal and it’s fine,” he said. Monsanto is betting almost, like Monsanto can succeed, has succeeded, and should succeed in the future and why a company like
(St. Louis Business Journal) Year in Review: Monsanto’s $1 billion acquisition, Danforth growth were key in biotech
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center embarked on its own project, a $45 million expansion that will add a three-story building to its campus and make space for another 100 researchers.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Year in Review: Monsanto’s $1 billion acquisition, Danforth growth were key in biotech, Monsanto Co. made good on its promise to grow its suite of tools for farmers this year, with a nearly $1 billion deal to acquire Climate Corp., a Silicon Valley startup that provides weather models. The largest deal in St. Louis’ biotech scene in 2013, announced Oct. 2, Grant, Creve Coeur-based Monsanto also announced a $400 million expansion at its Chesterfield Village
(St. Louis Business Journal) Monsanto’s Fraley pushes collaboration in Ag Innovation talk
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The days of a single scientific advance alone having a maximum impact on agriculture are over, Monsanto’s top technology executive told the crowd at the Ag Innovation Showcase on Tuesday.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Monsanto’s Fraley pushes collaboration in Ag Innovation talk, E.B. Solomont, Reporter- St. Louis Business Journal, Sep 11, 2013, 9:27am CDT The days of a single scientific advance alone having a maximum impact on agriculture are over, Monsanto’s top technology executive told the crowd at the Ag Innovation Showcase on Tuesday. The three-day event, taking place, to entrepreneurs and heavy hitters in the ag industry. In a keynote talk, Monsanto’s Chief Technology Officer
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Lab Space Crunch: Urgency Builds for Biotech Startup Labs in Wake of Monsanto Deal
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“It was important then and it will be imperative now to do everything we can to retain that intellectual capital and talent,” said Donn Rubin, president and CEO of BioSTL, the nonprofit organization that operates BioGenerator.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Lab Space Crunch: Urgency Builds for Biotech Startup Labs in Wake of Monsanto Deal, Seven years ago, Pfizer began cutting hundreds of research jobs from its former campus in Chesterfield as it moved much of its new drug development to the Boston area. Instead of taking a job in Massachusetts, Joe Monahan and several of his co-workers stayed in St. Louis and started their own drug discovery and contract research firms: Confluence Life Sciences Inc. and Confluence
(St. Louis Business Journal) Finding space inside St. Louis' $600 million agtech industry
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When it comes to agriculture technology, St. Louis has the talent.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Finding space inside St. Louis' $600 million agtech industry, At stake is the ability to grow and retain startups that could develop into the next Ralston Purina, Monsanto or Express Scripts, driving the St. Louis economy for decades to come. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(AgFUNDER NEWS) Is St. Louis the Silicon Valley of Agtech?
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St. Louis has worked hard to be a magnet for Fortune 500 companies. Nine members of this elite class call the city home, not the least of which is multinational agricultural giant Monsanto. 
(AgFUNDER NEWS) Is St. Louis the Silicon Valley of Agtech?, St. Louis has worked hard to be a magnet for Fortune 500 companies. Nine members of this elite class call the city home, not the least of which is multinational agricultural giant Monsanto. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Economic Development Partnership advances $13.5 million Helix Center expansion
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If finalized, the plan could help advance the Partnership’s efforts to make the area surrounding the Bayer (formerly Monsanto) campus and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center into a premier agricultural technology district. 
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Economic Development Partnership advances $13.5 million Helix Center expansion, If finalized, the plan could help advance the Partnership’s efforts to make the area surrounding the Bayer (formerly Monsanto) campus and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center into a premier agricultural technology district. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(BRDG Park) NewLeaf Symbiotics Appoints VP for Research and Discovery
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Microbial expert joins agricultural biologicals company.
(BRDG Park) NewLeaf Symbiotics Appoints VP for Research and Discovery, NewLeaf Symbiotics, announced today the appointment of Dr. Janne Kerovuo as Vice President for Research and Discovery. Dr. Kerovuo comes to NewLeaf from Monsanto Co. where he has been leading Microbial Discovery Strategy since 2013. He previously headed up Microbial and Agricultural Solutions at Agradis, a spin-off from Synthetic Genomics, the San Diego-based company founded by Craig Venter. He earned a PhD in Biochemistry