Hannah Pham Named Seed World Next Generation Leader

Hannah Pham, Inari science portfolio and platform manager, has been named one of Seed World’s 2023 Top 10 Next Generation Leaders. The annual program recognizes leaders across the seed industry working to shape its future in new and exciting ways. Pham started her career with a focus on gene editing in mammalian cells but joined…

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Carnegie Corp. Recognizes Inari CEO as a 2023 ‘Great Immigrant’

Inari CEO Ponsi Trivisvavet has been named one of Carnegie Corporation of New York’s 2023 Great Immigrants. The annual Great Immigrants list celebrates the contributions of immigrants to American life. This year, the Corporation honored 35 naturalized citizens from 33 countries whose contributions and actions have enriched and strengthened U.S. society and democracy. Read the…

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Delivering on the Need for Speed 

Why Multiplex Gene Editing is Key for Adapting to a Fast-Changing Climate – Plant breeding is not revolutionary. Actually, it’s quite the opposite: Humans have harnessed the art and science of breeding for more than 12,000 years to produce plants based on what they found most beneficial.  Dating back to the beginning of agriculture, ancestral…

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Inari Appoints Ag Policy Veteran to Lead Government Affairs 

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 30, 2022 — Inari has named Angus R. Kelly its head of government affairs. Kelly will be responsible for leading the SEEDesign™ company’s advocacy efforts at the state, federal and international levels, with a focus on education and collaboration around gene editing.  Kelly joins Inari most recently from the National Corn Growers…

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Their Stories, Unedited: Spotlighting Inari Women’s Voices and Contributions Around Women’s History Month

This month, we commemorate women and their innumerable contributions to history and society with the celebration of Women’s History Month throughout March and International Women’s Day (3/8). It’s also a great moment to reflect on the many women playing vital roles in all facets of Inari, from our labs to our greenhouses to our corporate…

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DSM: Modeling the Path to Nature-Positive Agriculture

Feeding a growing population of more than 8 billion while navigating a changing climate is arguably the greatest challenge of the global community. Net-zero pledges are not enough; we also need net-positive companies working to replenish the world. The agriculture industry is uniquely positioned to meet this need. Climate-smart farming can enable thick, healthy topsoil…

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The Hill: This Thanksgiving highlights the need for agriculture innovation

This Thanksgiving, even as many people prepare to spend a day with family and friends reflecting on our blessings over a bountiful table, avoiding thoughts of our global food system’s compounding challenges is becoming increasingly difficult. The serious discussions around COP27, the ongoing impact of the war in Ukraine, this year’s cadence of concerning U.N. climate reports…

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Financial Times: Mood in Europe shifts on gene-edited crops

Inari, a US agritech company set up in 2016, has been working on gene editing to increase yields on wheat, corn and soyabeans as well as reducing the necessary water and nitrogen fertiliser. Its chief executive Ponsi Trivisvavet, who oversaw a recent $124mn late-stage investment round, describes gene editing as a “super powerful technology.” Read…

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Unlocking Seed Potential for Greater Yield with Fewer Resources

Now in its third edition, the Credit Suisse Cleantech Innovation Whitepaper focuses on innovative companies and industries that are accelerating technology and infrastructure to tackle climate change. For the latest report, CFO Stuart Brown sat down to discuss how Inari is using nature-positive design to create seeds that serve the population, the planet, and the…

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