Preserving One of Our Most Precious Resources for Future Generations – Water!
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Sir Tipene O’Reagan opened the recent “Water in Canterbury – our vital resource,” with a challenge to all present to “think differently and broaden current ways of thinking.”
New Zealand and Canterbury are blessed with water – we get over 500 km³ of snow and rain annually, which is 2.5x what the UK gets with a population of 65 million. This rich resource gives us our resilience and in Canterbury, with over 500,000 hectares of existing irrigable land
How to Stay Relevant in the Agribusiness Workforce!
11 things you (probably) didn’t know about Blinc Innovation.
Plant-based foods: Consumer & Market Insights & Opportunities for NZ
Technology is developing exponentially, and the modern workplace is evolving as well – there is a real divide at age 35 in 2018 – those who grew up with technology and those who have learnt it. That makes for some interesting challenges. An increased life expectancy, new and varied ways of pursuing education and the emergence of the “gig economy” all present opportunities and challenges for today’s workforce.
Feed the World 2030 Power of Plants Hackathon
There is a lot of concern around global food security as we observe the rapid rate at which the world’s population is increasing, urbanising, and getting wealthier.
Creating connections and collaboration in Agritech Innovation
Hackathon team ‘Lightfoods’ and their innovative platform with AR/VR for the world’s largest farmers market took the win at the Feed the World 2030 – Power of Plants Hackathon #FTW2030.
Q&A with Peter Brice from Autogrow
Lincoln Hub is delighted to welcome Yamaha Motor Ventures & Laboratory Silicon Valley (YMVSV), one of the most active investors in agritech and robotics in Silicon Valley, into its family of sponsors, as an Innovation Ecosystem sponsor.
We took a minute to chat with Peter when he was in Lincoln for our Innovation Breakfast Seminar Series. Here’s what he had to say about indoor vertical farming, automation and the future of New Zealand agriculture.