Exploring unknown realms: Pre-competitive research consortia and proprietary projects can work together to advance technology

Lux recently spoke with Deborah Thompson, Marc Cubeta, and Ignazio Carbone about the recently developed Plant Soil Microbial Community Consortium (PSMCC) at North Carolina State University. Pre-competitive research consortia – and topics on which to focus them – abound, and this particular effort...

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