In the Know: Bi-Weekly Agritech Round-up (August 3, 2018)

The world of agritech is changing every day. Check out our bi-weekly round-up to stay in-the-know on the evolving world that is agriculture technology.

‘Cornell Agritech’ Reflects Influence in Food, Ag Innovation 

Cornell AgriTech is home to more than 300 faculty, scientists, staff and graduate students, and has expanded to more than 900 fields, orchards and vineyards. The program is at the leading edge of food science, entomology and plant sciences research, propelling the agriculture industry forward.

Read more here, via the Cornell Chronicle.


The Biggest Thing to Happen to Blockchain Since Bitcoin 

Blockchain was created for transparency and accountability. In the midst of the blockchain evolution, businesses are getting back to basics and utilizing its strengths to build a fraud-free economy.

Read more here, via Forbes.


Blockchain on Campus: Universities Finding Their Role as Researcher and Promoter

Universities around the world are beginning to open groups, centers and laboratories dedicated to blockchain research. These platforms are opening doors to partnerships and a worldwide discussion about new technology.

Read more here, via Cointelegraph.


Google to Offer Blockchain as a Part of Cloud Service

Google is now creating cloud-based applications that utilize blockchain technology. They are partnering with a number of companies to expand customer capabilities on their platforms.

Read more here, via ComputerWorld.


The Last Mile in Digital Agriculture

According to leaders in agriculture, technology is the future of farming. The integration of systems, tools and data streams is the key to building momentum toward new industry standards.

Read more here, via Successful Farming.

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