Soil Health – Four Findings all Cotton producers need to know

By Elizabeth Creech in Conservation Farming High quality cotton comes from high quality soil. That’s why Wrangler, known worldwide for their denim clothing, is teaming with producers to improve the health of agricultural soils Cotton and Soil Health Last year, U.S. farmers grew roughly 16 percent of the world’s cotton supply. A growing number of … More Soil Health – Four Findings all Cotton producers need to know

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The market for 3D bioprinting will reach USD 1.9 billion by 2028, forecasts new IDTechEx report By Dr Nadia Tsao, Technology Analyst, IDTechEx 3D bioprinting, referring to the layer-by-layer deposition of living cells to create a final 3D tissue construct, provides users with the unique ability to create artificial tissue that closely resembles native tissues … More Worth Reading

Adidas wins Intellectual Property battle against Belgian Shoemaker over Three Parallel Stripes Trademark

The General Court of the EU dismissed an appeal brought by Shoe Branding Europe BVBA (Shoe Branding) on March 1, 2018. The appeal was filed by Shoe Branding against the decision of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (the EUIPO) to refuse registration of its trademark. The refusal followed an opposition filed by Adidas AG … More Adidas wins Intellectual Property battle against Belgian Shoemaker over Three Parallel Stripes Trademark

A Belt and Road Windfall

USD 57 billion of Belt and Road Initiative funding is set to help remedy Pakistan’s serious energy shortages. Over recent years, Pakistan has invested heavily in wind power, while also enlisting Chinese backing, under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) framework, to bring its new environmentally friendly facilities online. Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city, was chosen … More A Belt and Road Windfall