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Want the best Caprese salad or pesto you ever tasted? MIT researchers say they may be able to help.
Machine learning can reveal optimal growing conditions to maximize taste and other features.
An active and passionate community of over 2,500 people spread across 62 countries have rallied around the open source platform.
"Food computers" can tell us everything we need to know about what we grow and eat.
60 Minutes goes inside the MIT Media Lab.
Members of the Media Lab community to speak at SXSW 2018.
It’s Thanksgiving season again, and the double shadow on our great American food holiday is feast and famine, both. A bounteous industria...
Students grow food using tabletop greenhouses controlled by computers.
The Jordan Times says Caleb Harper's "vision is to provide farmers with knowledge of food, rather than simply the product."
“The idea is that we’re trying to democratize climate."
Caleb Harper's TED Talk
The tech-filled greenhouses can adjust growing conditions over and over again until they find the combinations
OpenAg is committed to changing the way the world thinks about farming and food—and we need your help! As an open source project, we beli...
Below is a selection of recent press coverage and archived press coverage available for download. TV Globo - January 2019MOLD - Octo...
OpenAg is privileged to have a variety of individuals and organizations who advise and support our efforts. A PDF version is available fo...
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"We’re kind of a kitchen, which is great because that’s the stuff that I love."