Approaching open innovation with open-mindedness: A lesson from Bayer's partnership with Trana Discovery

Lux recently spoke to Trana Discovery CEO Steve Peterson about the company’s research partnership with the Crop Science Division of Bayer. The partnership was announced in February, with the stated intention of discovering novel fungicides for agricultural pathogens. Trana will use its platform to s...

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