Startups can change the world.
The world is facing a global food crisis of unprecedented proportions. With 345 million people facing acute food insecurity in 82 countries. So how do we tackle this issue? Meet Lleaf, the agriculture deep-tech start-up company specialising in the development of light spectrum shifting dyes. They have invented a greenhouse plastic film that shifts the wavelength of sunlight to the optimal wavelength for plant growth. By improving crop yield using the power of sunlight, they seek to feed the world of tomorrow.
Learn more about Lleaf here: https://www.innovationaus.com/shifting-spectrum-of-sunlight-to-boost-plant-growth/
For those who like the effects of alcohol, but can’t stand the taste, an Israeli startup has an edible answer. It’s developed a unique way to infuse booze into a cream you can eat as a pudding, spread on a pastry or even use as a doughnut filling. And it’s removed the astringency – or sting – so that the alcohol tastes much smoother. Combining alcohol with creams and confectioneries has, until now, been impossible in the food industry. No other company has been able to make alcoholic creams... “The products we can produce with our technology are endless..." https://nocamels.com/2022/11/booze-pudding-the-alcohol-you-can-eat/
The Deep-Shot Converter is used to combine photos
with wide shooting angles and others with deep zoom into single images with an
exponential pixel grid. It combines, increasing one picture’s impact, and at the
same time saves memory. As most of today’s photographs will never be
printed, their digital features become more important. There are basically two
types of images, raster-based images following rows and columns and vector
images, based on coloured lines and forms. Deep-Shots combine the advantages of
both by using an exponentially growing net structure.For more information and to get the software, visit the website:https://www.deep-shot.com
Israeli founder Saar Safra is presenting his game-changing technology in Adelaide at EvokeAG's startup showcase. Beewise provides robotic beehives to support bees in the face of climate change, allowing for superior pollination and dramatically improved honey yields. The newly designed hives include precision robotics, computer vision and AI. To date, Beewise has saved over 124 million bees with less than 1,000 devices in the field. Beewise is not changing how beekeeping is done, instead, they are simply applying it in real-time with a robotic arm vs a human one... Get in touch to learn more about applying this technology. https://israeltrade.org.au/2022/12/22/plan-bee-exploring-israels-solutions-to-australias-bee-problem/