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July 22, 2014
07:10 EDTEVGN, MBIIEvogene, Marrone Bio sign multi-year collaborative agreement
Evogene (EVGN) and Marrone Bio Innovations (MBII) announced the signing of a multiyear collaborative agreement targeting the joint discovery of novel modes of biological action for insect control, followed by the development and commercialization of new insect control products by each of the companies. The partnership will leverage the expertise and distinct assets and capabilities of each company in its respective field. The companies will utilize the collaboration's joint assets to separately develop and commercialize products. Specifically, Evogene will develop biotechnology insect resistance seeds, while MBI will develop biologically-based insecticides. The parties have agreed on revenue sharing from all insect control products developed through the collaboration
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October 29, 2014
05:40 EDTEVGNEvogene announces expansion of crop protection activities
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October 20, 2014
05:34 EDTEVGNEvogene, Embrapa too cooperate on castor cultivation in Brazil
The Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, or Embrapa, and Evogene announced the signing of a joint research agreement between Embrapa and Evofuel Ltd., Evogene's wholly-owned subsidiary, for the advancement of castor cultivation in Brazil. The cooperation will primarily focus on technologies for controlling castor-specific diseases as well as practices for castor cultivation in rotation with soybean. The agreement is set to bring Embrapa's substantial experience in research and development of castor together with Evofuel's proprietary castor varieties, which are adapted to mechanized harvest and modern agricultural protocols, to offer Brazilian growers a full-scale solution for an economically viable, sustainable, and large-scale cultivation of castor.

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