Growing Smarter: The Green Data Revolution

By Mike Stern President and COO, The Climate Corporation (Originally published in Discover Monsanto) In the 1940s, the first wave of what is now called the Green Revolution brought significant advancements in plant breeding. This era was quickly followed...
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Monsanto received a visit from the PUCPR Biotechnology Student Association

Recently, 15 students of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico (PUCPR) Biotechnology Student Association and their professor, Dr. Jasmine Seda, visited our Juana Díaz site for a guided tour of Monsanto’s field work in biotech soy crops....
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Vegetables in Action – Cotton

Cotton is grown on every habitable continent, providing clothing, home goods and food to the world. The crop grows mainly in areas that have subtropical climates, like Puerto Rico. The part of the cotton plant that most people are familiar with is the...
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Monsanto Company and NRGene recently announced that the companies have reached a non-exclusive, multi-year global licensing agreement on NRGene’s genome-analysis technology to enhance Monsanto’s ability to predict, compare and select the best genetic...
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The Climate Corporation to Create Industry’s First In-Field Sensor Network
 to Feed Its Analytics Platform

Company to Build First Centralized Platform 
for Industry-Wide Digital Ag Technology Development Here we have yet another milestone in digital and precision agriculture. The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Monsanto Company, announced an unprecedented...
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My Favorite Day of the Year

By Robb Fraley, Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Movie lovers tingle with excitement about the release of the list of films nominated for Academy Awards. Sports fanatics get all worked up over their fantasy drafts. But for a chief technology officer...
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