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Electric roses: the organic fuel cells of the future?

Electric roses: the organic fuel cells of the future?

Scandinavian researchers’ living electronic roses are a world-first. And these futuristic ‘power plants’, a hybrid of living tissue and electronic circuitry, open up exciting new possibilities.
Merran White, AgInnovators, Published 4th Dec 2015
World's first fully robot-run farm to grow 10 million lettuces a year

World's first fully robot-run farm to grow 10 million lettuces a year

If you thought field robotics was a niche ag-industry, think again. A Japanese horticultural firm is developing the world’s first fully automated farm, a large-scale indoor facility expected to churn out 30,000 clean, green lettuce heads a day, while dramatically cutting input costs.
Merran White, AgInnovators, Published 6th Nov 2015
$13m research collaboration promises better dairy products

$13m research collaboration promises better dairy products

Australia’s dairy industry could soon be producing longer-lasting, smoother-textured, better tasting products with boosted nutritional value in more eco-friendly, cost-effective ways, thanks to a five-year, $13 million research collaboration....
Merran White, Published 6th Apr 2015
Want harder, healthier, tastier nuts? Ask these Adelaide researchers how...

Want harder, healthier, tastier nuts? Ask these Adelaide researchers how...

Almond trees that fertilise themselves, resist disease and produce more, higher-nutrient, better-tasting nuts? Yes, it is possible, say Uni of Adelaide researchers – and the first such trees could be on the market by 2016.
Merran White, Published 26th Mar 2015
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