Israeli Agtech firm to establish U.S. Headquarters in Missouri

Israeli agtech company NRGene plans to open its U.S. headquarters in Missouri’s Cortex Innovation Community in St. Louis. NRGene develops advanced computational tools and uses big data to identify genetic traits ... Read More

Missouri AgTech AI Drone Startup Ready to Take Off

St. Louis Post-Dispatch – Missouri is the global leader in AgTech, due to the unique combination of plant science, animal health, research, agrifinance, natural resources, investors, intellectual capital, big data and ... Read More

Animal health products supplier expanding in Missouri, creating 144 jobs

Virbac, a worldwide leader in developing, manufacturing and distributing companion animal health products, is growing its presence in the Missouri with a $37.9 million expansion in Bridgeton that will create 144 ... Read More

Bunge North America Grows in Missouri

Gov. Jay Nixon announced today that Bunge North America, a leading agribusiness and food ingredient company, is finalizing the development of a new, state-of-the-art headquarters in St. Louis County and a ... Read More

Missouri Takes the Global Lead in AgTech

Missouri companies like Monsanto, the Danforth Plant Science Center, Yield Lab, DuPont, BASF, Bunge, KWS and others are leading the world in innovative agricultural technology, plant science and research. Gone are ... Read More

University of Missouri Awarded $4.2 Million Plant Science Grant

Gov. Jay Nixon announced the National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Missouri a $4.2 million grant to fund a four year project to study how corn varieties maintain growth ... Read More

Missouri-based companies continue to lead the world in AgTech

It seems every day we hear about another Missouri-based companies leading the AgTech industry.   Whether through the latest in animal health, big data and precision agriculture, seed development, or new ... Read More

BioGenerator investment lures North Carolina biotech startup to St. Louis

Edison Agrosciences, a biotech company originally from Durham, North Carolina, announced Monday it plans to relocate its headquarters to St. Louis. To help facilitate the move, the BioGenerator and Missouri Technology ... Read More

Another Great Year for Missouri: 58 expansions, 5,700 new jobs and $473M investment

Among the headlines for this week’s development news: 2015 was another great year for Missouri, State’s general revenue report shows growing economy, Automotive sector helping drive state’s economy, Missouri’s graduation rate ... Read More

Indian AgTech Company to Establish US HQ at Helix Center

The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced today that Indian AgTech company Lacgene Technologies is establishing its U.S. headquarters at the Helix Center Biotech Incubator in St. Louis, Missouri. The U.S. ... Read More