Today we’re over the moon excited to announce that with the help of a NASA STTR grant, we’re partnering with Clemson University to explore a new way of growing food in extreme climates...and maybe even space.
Temperature, carbon output, water usage—that's all data that a farmer could use to get better crops. And it's also available, via satellite, to the average smart phone. In this World Economic Forum discussion, Wim Bastiaanssen, a water resource engineer at Delft University, argues that this tech could someday feed the world.
Entrepreneurs in Bloomington have a new and improved answer for the question, “How does your garden grow?” Young gardener Olivia B. stands beside the Garden Tower 2, which received a design patent March 29 with other patents pending. The inventors say it can grow up to 50 plants in about four square feet. (Photocourtesy of Garden Tower Project) The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on March 29 issued a design patent for the Garden Tower 2, and other patents are pending for an invention that . . .
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