Agri-Innovation, AgriTech Transfer and Intellectual Property Rights Management

Tech Transfer

Tech transfer is a key factor in growth through innovation, creating new ventures and stronger industries. Through this the companies can tap into research advances without spending on internal R&D.

We can scout the best available tech and manage it’s transfer process.

IP Rights

If you want to discuss your ideas or technology, you can, or if you want to focus on a particular topic or pain point, then that’s fine too.

We want to help small and medium size businesses manage their intellectual property in the best possible way and become long term success stories.

Tech Valuation

However tempting it is to share a technology on a gut feeling and race into it, it’s critically important to have a document setting out your tech’s future objectives and strategies for achieving them.

We can accompany you through part or all of this process.

Your original ideas are the most valuable assets you can have as an individual or an organization.

Let’s connect to evaluate your ideas and enable the protection, where necessary, of new knowledge and scientific/technical information.

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Technology, uncertainty and change – A turning point for the US biostimulant industry? AgTech and FoodTech

Those who follow the US agriculture sector are constantly seeing news  about innovations coupled with partnership and acquisition  announcements. It can be hard to distinguish technological breakthroughs  from hype. We hear swirling promises, feel lingering uncertainties, and  yearn for demonstrated technological proofs. How do ‘cold hard facts’  really affect the commercial trajectory of a new class of innovation?  And how can investors and industry players ‘read between the lines’ to  understand what’s going on? This episode is also available as a blog post:

The reasons why growers need to permanently move away from chemicals, and the alternative solution AgTech and FoodTech

The use of fungicides is ubiquitous. The negative externalities of  using these types of synthetic materials include damage to wildlife  biodiversity, soil fertility, and the health of workers and consumers.  Despite intensive fungicide use, pathogens are responsible for 7-24% of losses in yields to commodity crops. This article will delve into the core  reasons why growers should move away from using fungicides, as well as  provide an alternative, non-invasive solution. This episode is also available as a blog post:

Imagindairy Leads “No Cow”, Guilt-Free Dairy Revolution AgTech and FoodTech

Imagindairy’s proprietary technology recreates nature-identical, animal-free versions of whey and casein proteins that can be used to produce dairy analogs. They have the flavor and texture – and, importantly, the functionality and nutritional value – of their animal-based counterparts. This opens new opportunities to develop a full range of non-dairy products that perfectly mimic dairy versions yet contain no cholesterol, or GMO’s. They also are lactose-free, serving consumers with lactose intolerance or sensitivity. At the same time, the proprietary technology radically lowers the burden of dairy livestock on the environment. This episode is also available as a blog post:
  1. Imagindairy Leads “No Cow”, Guilt-Free Dairy Revolution
  2. Future Acres Launches to Bring Sustainable Agricultural Robotics to Farm Industry and Optimize Workforce Efficiency and Safety
  3. IBI-Ag Completes Funding Round for its New Class of Bioinsecticides
  4. Using sensor technology to better monitor and predict pollination efficiency
  5. This startup is using the world’s biggest agwaste product to transform global water management