January 25, 2016
BIOGENERATOR INVESTS IN $800,000 ROUND FOR AG BIOTECH COMPANY, EDISON AGROSCIENCES

Company will move to St. Louis as part of financing BioGenerator, an evergreen investor that creates, grows and invests in promising companies and entrepreneurs, has made a pre-seed investment into Edison Agrosciences, an ag tech company focused on using its integrated suite of technologies, including proprietary rubber pathway engineering technology, to increase the levels of rubber production in sunflower, creating a new, commercially viable rubber crop. […]    

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January 25, 2016
EDISON AGROSCIENCES TO MOVE HEADQUARTERS TO ST. LOUIS

ST. LOUIS —The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) announced today that Edison Agrosciences, an agriculture-technology company, will move its headquarters to St. Louis where it will create at least a half-dozen new jobs and strengthen St. Louis’s reputation as a hub for entrepreneurship and innovation. […]  

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December 24, 2015
NATURAL RUBBER BOUNCES BACK FOR FARMERS

Edison, Firestone, Ford, or Rockefeller, the giants of American industry and invention believed one crop could rule them all: natural rubber. Industrialization, subterfuge and war couldn’t gain rubber a crop foothold in the United States, but latex-producing plants are back on the edge of farmland, backed by the muscle of genetic breeding. Natural rubber is a titan’s playground, with U.S. market value upwards of $40 billion each year, and a mere crumb from the table could bring windfall profits to U.S. growers […]

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January 10, 2015
EDISON AGROSCIENCES RECEIVES NSF GRANT TO IMPROVE CROP PLANT TRANSFORMATION 

St. Louis, MO, and Research Triangle Park, NC – January 10, 2015 – Today Edison Agrosciences, an agricultural biotechnology company, announced that it has been awarded a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants by the National Science Foundation (NSF). […]

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