From Burma to Japan, tech startups are making our relationship with the ancient crop of rice a bit more manageable. (Image: via  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Innovation: Rice Startups

Grown since 14,000 B.C., rice is a staple grain for most of the world, especially Asia. With tech startups booming in Eastern countries, we didn’t have to wait long before some innovations surrounding rice came up. From Burma to Japan,…

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Innovation: Rice Startups

Grown since 14,000 B.C., rice is a staple grain for most of the world, especially Asia. With tech startups booming in Eastern countries, we didn’t have to wait long before…

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