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Producing More with Less, While Restoring More: Bayer Crop Science China Releases Regenerative Agriculture Theme Video

BEIJING, Feb. 4, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Producing More with Less, While Restoring More, is the message Bayer Crop Science conveys to Chinese farmers through the recently released regenerative agriculture theme video. Regenerative agriculture is a sustainable agricultural model focusing on improving soil health and resilience while increasing food production. The video raised awareness on regenerative agriculture as a radical yet necessary shift to address the two most globally recognized challenges, food security, and climate change.   Bayer believes that regenerative practices can reshape global agriculture for the better. The company commits to serving farmers worldwide with pioneering innovation and a long-term focus on farmers' points of view. The Farmer Voice survey supported by Bayer displayed unique and inspiring thoughts on a sustainable future from those who nourish the world. Through collaborations between companies and farmers in regenerative agriculture, a sustainable future for global agriculture can be envisioned in the near future. The video both vividly manifested regenerative agriculture and displayed Bayer's efforts on regenerative agriculture in China. On Bayer ForwardFarms in Beijing and Shanghai, a comprehensive portfolio of solutions enable visionary farmers to rethink farming, improve productivity, and ensure sustainable agriculture. Meanwhile, the company actively joins hands with food chain partners to set up standards for regenerative agriculture in China and explore the opportunity in China's agriculture sector. About Bayer Crop Science Bayer Crop Science, a division of Bayer's Agriculture Business, is one of Bayer's three major business segments. In the 2022 fiscal year, its sales amounted to €25.169 billion, and it employed over 30,000 people globally, with annual research and development spending of €2.9 billion. For more information, please visit www.cropscience.bayer.com  

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UniFAHS Raises USD 1.4 Million in Seed Funding to Scale Bacteriophage Technology for Sustainable Agriculture

BANGKOK, Jan. 5, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- UniFAHS, a trailblazing biotechnology company specialising in phage technology for sustainable agriculture and food safety, today announced it has raised over USD 1.4 million in its seed funding round. This significant step propels the company forward in its mission of growth and transforming food production using environmentally friendly and sustainable approaches. UniFAHS – Empowering sustainable phages to take care of our planet The funding round, led by A2D Ventures and supported by contributions from Asian Development Bank Ventures (ADB Ventures) and InnoSpace (Thailand), underscores the strong confidence in UniFAHS's innovative approach and future potential. A2D Ventures is a prominent community-led early-stage investing platform that aims to tackle fragmentation and democratise access to investment opportunities. "We are thrilled to lead and syndicate this strategic investment opportunity in UniFAHS, recognising the synergies between their groundbreaking technology and the founders' scientific prowess. This investment underscores our confidence in Thai founders and Thailand-based startups' potential to redefine and recreate industries, offering solutions that can be exported to global markets and achieve substantial growth quickly," says Ankit Upadhyay, Founder and CEO of A2D Ventures. Co-founded by Dr Kitiya Vongkamjan, a distinguished Cornell University alumna and leading figure in phage research and food safety, and Chalita Wongpukdee, who brings expertise in agribusiness marketing and sales with extensive connections in agriculture, food, feed, and animal health, UniFAHS's patented phage solutions are at the forefront of combating antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and promoting climate-friendly agricultural practices. Dr Vongkamjan shares, "Our vision at UniFAHS is to create a sustainable future for food production. This funding is a financial boost and a strong endorsement of our phage technology's potential to revolutionise the agriculture and food safety sectors." Recognised as one of the Top 10 Livestock Management startups globally by StartUs Insights in 2023, Dr Vongkamjan and her team continue to further groundbreaking research and sustainable food production to redefine the biotechnology landscape. This investment serves as a catalyst that will enable the company to expand its production capacity and extend its reach across Southeast and South Asia by working closely with its distribution partners to expand the customer segments by 20% in 2024 to impact the world's food production significantly. As UniFAHS embarks on a journey of growth and expansion, ADB Ventures has emerged as a critical partner, contributing financial support and a wealth of experience and global connections – with both companies sharing a united commitment to prioritising environmentally friendly and socially responsible practices in the pursuit of economic growth. "UniFAHS's innovative solutions represent a transformative opportunity in the agriculture and food sectors, significantly reducing our dependence on antibiotics. We believe UniFAHS has the potential to make a considerable impact on the climate in the region. We are enthusiastic about supporting UniFAHS's expansion across Asia," expressed Thitirat Sittakaradej, Investment Specialist at ADB Ventures. To date, UniFAHS has successfully secured partnerships with the world's top poultry producers in the region. By harnessing the power of phages, UniFAHS offers a game-changing approach to addressing pressing challenges for bacterial control and tackling antimicrobial resistance issues in agriculture and animal health. InnoSpace (Thailand) also emphasised its strategic commitment: "Our investment in UniFAHS is driven by a commitment to fostering sustainable solutions for global challenges. We are excited to support UniFAHS's journey to empower the team to expedite developing and deploying its cutting-edge phage solutions." Join Our Journey: For more information, visit https://unifahs.com/. For the latest developments, follow us on X (@Phage_UniFAHS) and LinkedIn (@UniFAHS). For investor enquiries, please get in touch with Dr Kitiya Vongkamjan at phage@unifahs.com. About UniFAHS UniFAHS is a pioneer in applying phage technology, ensuring the sustainable production of safe foods from farm to fork, promoting the holistic concept of "One Health", and actively combating the global challenge of antimicrobial resistance. The company is dedicated to shaping a brighter and more sustainable future through cutting-edge phage technology to enhance the well-being of communities and ecosystems as a "One-Health" approach. Media Contact  phage@unifahs.com 

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SC Solutions Expands into Agriculture and Environmental Sectors, Pioneering Innovative Solutions for Modern Farming

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- SC Solutions Inc., a leading space technology company, is pleased to announce its strategic entry into the agriculture and environmental sectors, focusing initially on the corn and vineyard industries. The company's pioneering approach integrates remote sensing data with advanced analytics, including machine learning, to revolutionize agricultural practices and contribute to environmental conservation efforts. CEO Cliff Beek emphasizes the company's commitment to driving positive change in the agriculture sector, "Our expansion into the agriculture and environmental domains marks a significant milestone for SC Solutions. We believe that technology can play a transformative role in modernizing farming practices, making them more sustainable and efficient. This move aligns with our mission to harness innovation for the betterment of industries and the environment." Director of Technology Ziheng Xiang adds, "At the heart of our innovative approach is the use of remote sensing data and advanced analytics, including machine learning. This powerful combination enables us to undertake complex prediction and classification tasks, providing farmers with accurate insights for optimal crop management." Key areas of focus for SC Solutions in the agriculture sector include comprehensive field monitoring and yield prediction for corn farms, efficient crop classification for the sugarcane industry, and vine health monitoring for vineyards. The company's technology empowers farmers and vineyard owners with accurate, timely information to make informed decisions that enhance crop quality and overall productivity. In a groundbreaking development, SC Solutions has also developed a proprietary algorithm capable of accurately determining carbon mass directly from satellite imagery. This breakthrough allows the company to assist customers in transforming their crops and vineyards into renewable agricultural products. By leveraging carbon incentives, SC Solutions promotes sustainable and eco-friendly farming practices, contributing significantly to environmental conservation efforts. Beek concludes, "Our solutions are designed not only to enhance agricultural efficiency but also to create a positive impact on the environment. We are excited about the potential of our technology to drive sustainability in agriculture and contribute to a greener, more resilient future." About SC Solutions SC Solutions, Inc. addresses the gap in the commercial market for integrated, accessible, and comprehensible earth intelligence. SC Solutions' technologies fuses real-time earth observation satellite data and applies advanced analytics to provide cutting-edge insights for a broad range of commercial applications, including: agriculture, forestry, mining, environmental monitoring, and asset management. Leveraging natural-language processing, the platform's intuitive user interface allows for seamless interaction by all types of users, regardless of their proficiency in imaging processing. SC's solution accessibility and usability makes monitoring and responding to environmental conditions easy ━ improving decision-making processes, increasing operational efficiency, and reducing costs. The I-SAT platform, which is the core product of SC Solutions, builds on SC Solutions' heritage of empowering access to and fostering inclusive collaboration in space through its vision of a decentralized satellite infrastructure. For more information, visit https://www.scsolutions.ai/  

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Ericsson and AgriBusiness Connect pursue 5G enterprise potential in Australia's agriculture sector

MoU to focus on digitalization, advocacy, and education and technology skills development for the agribusiness sector Collaboration builds on previous Ericsson and AgriBusiness Connect 5G activities STOCKHOLM, Dec. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Potential 5G enterprise applications across the agriculture value chain - from supply to in-the-field operations to production and distribution - is the motivation behind a strengthened technology partnership between Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and Australian not-for-profit organization AgriBusiness Connect. Under a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the partners aim to create new industry value by utilizing the high speed, low latency and large real-time data handing capabilities of Ericsson's 5G solutions in public and private networks. The partners seek to accelerate innovative productivity and efficiency solutions for agribusiness and related sectors to secure Australia's position at the forefront of Industry 4.0 adoption. Founded in 2021 as AgriFood Connect, the recently renamed AgriBusiness Connect (ABC) is an incubator supporting Australian agribusinesses and the broader industry to help meet digitalization, Net Zero and renewable energy adoption challenges. In addition to direct agribusiness players, the Ericsson 5G partnership will address organizations supporting the sector with processing, packaging, warehousing and transport. The partners will target education and training for existing agribusiness workers and work to increase policy makers' awareness of the difference 5G can make to the digitalization of agriculture value chains. Grant Statton, AgriBusiness Connect's Chief Executive Officer, says: "Our partnership with Ericsson is another important step in our journey to drive innovation across the agribusiness-related ecosystem and ensure that science and technology translate to the real needs of industry. With our market standing, knowledge of the sector, and ecosystem of relationships, we are uniquely positioned to orchestrate end-to-end across the agribusiness value chain. This opens the door for Ericsson and AgriBusiness Connect to create tangible pathways to prove the difference 5G can make to business, decarbonization, safety and creating new high-value skills within the agribusiness sector." Emilio Romeo, Head of Ericsson, Australia and New Zealand, says: "Australia can rightly be proud of its international reputation as a frontrunner in technology change adoption. In the case of 5G rollout, Australia is among the global leaders. The outcome of this partnership between Ericsson and AgriBusiness Connect could see pioneering Enterprise 5G use case ideas with the potential to transform the agribusiness value chain around the world. Partnerships like this one, working alongside the Government's digitalization plans, are key to ensuring enterprise, industry, society and citizens benefit from 5G as soon possible." Ericsson has an ongoing collaboration with AgriBusiness Connect and the AgTech & Logistics Hub in the AATLIS precinct - an industrial-scale precinct in Toowoomba, Queensland. An Ericsson Private 5G system was deployed at the site in partnership with Telstra in 2022. Related links:Ericsson Private Networks NOTES TO EDITORS: FOLLOW US:Subscribe to Ericsson press releases hereSubscribe to Ericsson blog posts herehttps://twitter.com/ericsson https://www.facebook.com/ericsson https://www.linkedin.com/company/ericsson MORE INFORMATION AT:Ericsson Newsroommedia.relations@ericsson.com (+46 10 719 69 92)investor.relations@ericsson.com (+46 10 719 00 00) ABOUT ERICSSON:Ericsson enables communications service providers and enterprises to capture the full value of connectivity. The company's portfolio spans the following business areas: Networks, Cloud Software and Services, Enterprise Wireless Solutions, Global Communications Platform, and Technologies and New Businesses. It is designed to help our customers go digital, increase efficiency and find new revenue streams. Ericsson's innovation investments have delivered the benefits of mobility and mobile broadband to billions of people globally. Ericsson stock is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and on Nasdaq New York. www.ericsson.com ABOUT AGRIBUSINESS CONNECTAgriBusiness Connect supports agribusinesses and their interconnected supply chains with complex challenges that are beyond the capacity of most single organisations such as Industry 4.0 - 5.0, Net Zero, Renewable Energy, Traceability and Education and Training. As Australia's premier agribusiness ecosystem our team deliver programs that accelerate development, adoption and adaption of technologies that are creating our future industries. www.agribusinessconnect.com.au The following files are available for download: https://mb.cision.com/Main/15448/3895170/2504027.pdf PDF Ericsson and AgriBusiness Connect pursue 5G enterprise potential in Australia’s agriculture sector https://news.cision.com/ericsson/i/ericsson-digital-fabric-image---for-sweden-day-at-world-expo-2020,c3250008 Ericsson digital fabric image - for Sweden Day at World Expo 2020  

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Ibaraki Prefecture Releases Video on Its Challenge of Achieving Profitable, Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Industry on December 8

MITO, Japan, Dec. 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ --  -Coinciding with 2023 G7 Interior and Security Ministers' Meeting in Mito City- The Ibaraki Prefectural Government, the host of the 2023 Group of Seven (G7) Interior and Security Ministers' Meeting in Mito, released a video on December 8, 2023, featuring leaders of the local farming and fisheries sector making strenuous efforts, as well as the Ibaraki governor's message. Ibaraki Prefecture, endowed with fertile land and the bountiful sea, is thriving with agriculture and fishing. Furthermore, as it is close to Japan's capital Tokyo, and supported by excellent transportation networks, Ibaraki Prefecture has been playing an important role in supplying food to the Tokyo metropolitan area. The video introduces such scenes. Video "Coming to your dinner table soon? Ibaraki's extra sweet potatoes, AI farmed fish": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8QBj1iKyzM  Images:https://cdn.kyodonewsprwire.jp/prwfile/release/M107964/202312063911/_prw_PI3fl_0ufr5kJ2.png https://cdn.kyodonewsprwire.jp/prwfile/release/M107964/202312063911/_prw_PI4fl_vDadRplD.png  Highlights To the world's dining tables: Ibaraki's farm product exports increase tenfold over six years: Ibaraki ranks second in gross agricultural output on a prefectural basis in the country. In anticipation of the shrinkage of the domestic market due to depopulation, Ibaraki Prefecture, focusing on "Hitachi" beef, rice, fruits, and vegetables as key items, is exploring overseas markets and promoting exports. Exports of sweet potatoes are brisk because of demand for baked sweet potatoes in Southeast Asia. The Namegata region in the southeast of the prefecture is a leading producer of sweet potatoes in Japan. Ibaraki's fisheries industry combating climate change with the latest technology: Ibaraki Prefecture, with rich fishing grounds, ranked second in marine fish harvest by prefecture in Japan in fiscal 2021. Ibaraki is the country's biggest harvester of mackerel. Ibaraki Prefecture, however, analyzes that aquafarming is indispensable to prepare for possible risks of changing marine environments caused by climate change and subsequent poor catches. -Launching a verification project for mackerel aquaculture using artificial intelligence (AI) technology and devices to feed the fish automatically while checking their physical conditions, among other means. -Starting "Kasumigaura caviar," a new brand using cultured sturgeons. Aquafarming has advantages over catching fish in the oceans because it is less affected by climate change, and it can be carried out onshore using fresh water. Map: https://cdn.kyodonewsprwire.jp/prwfile/release/M107964/202312063911/_prw_PI5fl_Z16wAkO2.png 

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Ibaraki Prefecture Releases Video on Its Challenge of Achieving Profitable, Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Industry on December 8

-Coinciding with 2023 G7 Interior and Security Ministers' Meeting in Mito City- MITO, Japan, Dec. 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ibaraki Prefectural Government, the host of the 2023 Group of Seven (G7) Interior and Security Ministers' Meeting in Mito, released a video on December 8, 2023, featuring leaders of the local farming and fisheries sector making strenuous efforts, as well as the Ibaraki governor's message. Ibaraki Prefecture, endowed with fertile land and the bountiful sea, is thriving with agriculture and fishing. Furthermore, as it is close to Japan's capital Tokyo, and supported by excellent transportation networks, Ibaraki Prefecture has been playing an important role in supplying food to the Tokyo metropolitan area. The video introduces such scenes. Video "Coming to your dinner table soon? Ibaraki's extra sweet potatoes, AI farmed fish": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8QBj1iKyzM Images:https://cdn.kyodonewsprwire.jp/prwfile/release/M107964/202312063911/_prw_PI3fl_0ufr5kJ2.png https://cdn.kyodonewsprwire.jp/prwfile/release/M107964/202312063911/_prw_PI4fl_vDadRplD.png HighlightsTo the world's dining tables: Ibaraki's farm product exports increase tenfold over six years:Ibaraki ranks second in gross agricultural output on a prefectural basis in the country. In anticipation of the shrinkage of the domestic market due to depopulation, Ibaraki Prefecture, focusing on "Hitachi" beef, rice, fruits, and vegetables as key items, is exploring overseas markets and promoting exports. Exports of sweet potatoes are brisk because of demand for baked sweet potatoes in Southeast Asia. The Namegata region in the southeast of the prefecture is a leading producer of sweet potatoes in Japan. Ibaraki's fisheries industry combating climate change with the latest technology:Ibaraki Prefecture, with rich fishing grounds, ranked second in marine fish harvest by prefecture in Japan in fiscal 2021. Ibaraki is the country's biggest harvester of mackerel. Ibaraki Prefecture, however, analyzes that aquafarming is indispensable to prepare for possible risks of changing marine environments caused by climate change and subsequent poor catches. - Launching a verification project for mackerel aquaculture using artificial intelligence (AI) technology and devices to feed the fish automatically while checking their physical conditions, among other means. - Starting "Kasumigaura caviar," a new brand using cultured sturgeons.Aquafarming has advantages over catching fish in the oceans because it is less affected by climate change, and it can be carried out onshore using fresh water. Map:https://cdn.kyodonewsprwire.jp/prwfile/release/M107964/202312063911/_prw_PI5fl_Z16wAkO2.png

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