A conversation between Pat Brown, M.D. Ph.D., CEO and Founder of Impossible Foods and Jim Carrington, Ph.D., President of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. Introduction by The Honorable Dick Gephardt.
Farmers are adopting varied strategies to create value through diversification of crops, products and markets, and new models for interacting with the food value chain from field to fork.
Dissecting new business trends in the industry alongside changing processes for production, distribution and retail. Where will these business changes provide the biggest opportunity for disruption and optimization?
The IN2 program is a novel partnership between the Danforth Center and the Wells Fargo Foundation aimed at bridging the technology valley of death. Can this program serve as a model that can be replicated and scaled?
Danforth Center scientists showcase their promising food and ag technologies.
With globalization, climate change and new consumer demands, what does the farm of the future look like, and how do these trends impact the entire ag and food value chain?
The role of technology for the future of food production, post-commodity opportunities for agriculture, and communication with the public.