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How to Fertilize the St. Louis Startup Ecosystem
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David Karandish, the 2016 Seeds of Change speaker, highlights ways to support entrepreneurs and their goals.
How to Fertilize the St. Louis Startup Ecosystem, Last week, more than 200 guests attended, the startup ecosystem in the region. “We need to teach young kids to code,” said Karandish. “Digital, and private schools. In addition to coding, the startup scene also needs people who can design, the St. Louis startup ecosystem is to provide internships at cutting-edge startup companies, – but work that encourages growth.” Internships in a startup culture should be engaging and inspire
(St. Louis Today) Missouri Bill Aims To Spark Tech Startup Funding
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 BY TIM LOGAN For years, the people who are trying to build a biotech industry in St. Louis say they have been doing so with one hand tied behind their back. This week may provide the best chance yet for that hand to be cut loose. As Missour ...
(St. Louis Today) Missouri Bill Aims To Spark Tech Startup Funding, BY TIM LOGAN For years, the people who are trying to build a biotech industry in St. Louis say they have been doing so with one hand tied behind their back. This week may provide the best chance yet for that hand to be cut, lab space. Many in St. Louis' startup community see it as an opportunity to provide something they say, , he was close to luring a plant science startup from Philadelphia to his incubator, which is part
(St. Louis Business Journal) Agtech Startup Benson Hill Raises $7 Million
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Benson Hill is focused on photosynthesis as a pathway to improving crop production.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Agtech Startup Benson Hill Raises $7 Million, Benson Hill Biosystems, an agtech startup operating out of the Helix Center in St. Louis County, has raised $7.3 million from a group of investors led by Middleland Capital, a Washington, D.C., venture capital firm that focuses on agriculture companies. Other investors in the round include Mercury Fund, Prelude Ventures, Prolog Ventures, Alexandria Venture Investments, Cultivation Capital, TechAccel, Missouri
(St. Louis Business Journal) Ag Innovation Showcase agenda and list of startup presenters
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The Ag Innovation Showcase takes place at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Tuesday and Wednesday. Here’s the agenda. 
(St. Louis Business Journal) Ag Innovation Showcase agenda and list of startup presenters, Sep 10, 2013, 9:58am CDT Brian Feldt, Reporter- St. Louis Business Journal The Ag Innovation Showcase takes place at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Tuesday and Wednesday. Here’s the agenda: Tuesday, Sept. 10: 7:30-8:50 a.m.: Registration & Networking Breakfast 9, List of startup presenters at the Ag Innovation Showcase Tuesday, Sept. 10: In the Precision
(St. Louis Business Journal) Helix Center startup licenses tech from Danforth Center
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Edison Agrosciences has licensed tech from the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to aid in the biotech company's development of natural rubber.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Helix Center startup licenses tech from Danforth Center, Edison CEO Tom Christensen said the tech, called HAYSTACK, will make his company more efficient in finding rubber production genes in sunflowers, an agronomically well-known crop that can be grown almost anywhere. Natural rubber is a $50 billion industry but one that has been dependent on rubber trees for its source, he said. Improving the natural rubber within sunflowers will help to diversify the industry
(St. Louis Business Journal) Karandish: Five Things St. Louis Can Do to Build the Startup Community
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David Karandish left his post as CEO of one of St. Louis’ largest tech companies — Answers Corp. — in September to focus more on his involvement with local startups. Already, he’s got a list of things St. Louis can do to help build opportunities.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Karandish: Five Things St. Louis Can Do to Build the Startup Community, David Karandish left his post as CEO of one of St. Louis’ largest tech companies — Answers Corp. — in September to focus more on his involvement with local startups. Already, he’s got a list of things St. Louis can do to help build opportunities. Read the full article here to see the five ideas Karandish suggested to the Seeds of Change audience at the Danforth Center last week
(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
(EQ) From Science Research To IoT Device Design: Plant Analytics Startup Grows With Arch Grants
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Dr. Nadia Shakoor is pioneering the future of agriculture and plant research with an IoT-enabled phenotyping and data collection device. She opens up about her debut in the business world.
(EQ) From Science Research To IoT Device Design: Plant Analytics Startup Grows With Arch Grants, Dr. Nadia Shakoor is pioneering the future of agriculture and plant research with an IoT-enabled phenotyping and data collection device. She opens up about her debut in the business world. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center names advisory board for Wells Fargo startup incubator
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has announced a 10-member advisory board that will help select the first agtech cohort for the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2).
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center names advisory board for Wells Fargo startup incubator, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has announced a 10-member advisory board that will help select the first agtech cohort for the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2). READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(EQ) One Day To Sell STL: 12 Israel AgTech Companies Visit St. Louis on Spring Delegation
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(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