Alphabet’s New Moonshot Is to Transform How We Grow Food

In the 1940s, agronomist Norman Borlaug was tasked by the US government with improving the yield of wheat plants in Mexico. The thinking was that if America‚Äôs southern neighbor had better food security, relations between the two countries would improve, and fewer migrants would cross the US border. At that time, a plant disease called … Continue reading Alphabet’s New Moonshot Is to Transform How We Grow Food