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The High Tech Farms Where Our Future Food Will Grow in Nothing But Air

If our planet is going to support an extra four billion people by the end of the century, we'll need to find some creative new ways to feed ourselves. One option would be to turn buildings into farms ... read more

The cutting-edge technology that will change farming

Mike Zelkind stands at one end of what was once a shipping container and opens the door to the future. Thousands of young collard greens are growing ... system of food production, pricing and distribu... read more

Experts say algae is the food of the future. Here's why.

I eat it because I'm a worry wart when it comes to our environment ... expect this is where the food of the future comes from. But that's where wellness company iWi is growing a strain of algae on a m... read more

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Europe’s Huge New Vertical Farm

The Eindhoven High Tech Campus, a 90-minute train ... about the ins and outs of vertical farms and the opportunities and challenges the field will face in coming years. Since the beginning of growing ... read more

Food security: vertical farming sounds fantastic until you consider its energy use

Vertical farms like this aim to minimise water use and maximise productivity by growing ... air handling units are needed to produce food. There is little question that vertical farms will play a big ... read more

Will the high-tech cities of the future be utterly lonely?

But as we sit on the cusp of massive technological advances, the near future could exacerbate this growing problem ... coffee shops as nothing more than places of mutual isolation. And technology will ... read more

With Vertical Farms, Food Banks are Growing their Own Produce to Fight Hunger

But vertical farms—with manufacturers’ promises of producing large amounts of food in a small footprint through high-tech ... might be in our future, but for now we have the ability in Central Texas t... read more

The Future of Food: 11 Unique Urban Farming Projects

the industrial revolution allowed farms to become bigger and more efficient, even genetics have played a part in helping our produce grow in colder weather and grow in size. Of course, too much techno... read more

A farm shouldn’t be a factory

A primary driver of industrialized farming is to make farms more productive by growing ... high levels of glyphosate, the plants absorb this toxic chemical, introducing it into the food supply, water ... read more

Letters to the editor: Technical Career Academy, CWI levy, climate change, wolves, SOS Walk

With a constantly evolving job market, it’s crucial for schools to offer classes that prepare students for the demands of the future workplace. Thanks to the career readiness classes at my son TJ’s on... read more

Technology: Where's The Tipping Point?

Technology today almost defies traditional definition. It is definitely a once-confined sector that has breached new horizons and created new trends as a result. With the help of our tech-focused ... ... read more

Is the Second Farm Crisis Upon Us?

One woman who called was eating nothing but frozen hamburger ... animals are more labor-intensive to grow on a small scale with sustainable practices than on a large-scale conventional farm. “We have ... read more

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