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Omsky Biocluster will conduct training with KSU students

The Omsky Biocluster training on business cases packaging will be held in December at the Kurgan State University (KSU). Agreements were reached on this during a meeting between Dmitry Romanenko, Omsky Biocluster CEO, with the administration of the university, teachers and students of the Institute of Economics and Law and the Institute of Natural Sciences.

Mushroom coffee was invented in the USA

A coffee made from adaptogenic mushrooms, which helps eliminate the negative side effects of a traditional morning drink, has been launched in the US by Ryze Superfoods (RYZE). The project was developed by Harvard alumni Andre Werner and Rashad Hossain.

Global biofuel production falls first time in 20 years

The biofuels industry has been strongly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA). Global transport biofuel production for this year was expected to be 144 billion litres, or 2,480 thousand barrels per day (kb/d) – an 11.6% drop from 2019’s record output. The IEA said this was the first reduction in annual production in two decades.

Phytosanitary tests: October results

In October, the staff of the Laboratory for Quarantine Phytosanitary Examinations and Surveys of the Omsk Reference Center of the Rosselkhoznadzor (Omsky Biocluster member) analyzed 6,006 samples, of which 73 samples were under the state assignment.

China's global hunt for feed grains roils world market

Chinese feed producers, pig farmers and traders are reshaping the global grain market as they scour the world for supplies amid a domestic shortfall that sent local corn prices to record highs and is expected to fuel global food inflation in 2021. The country’s buying has put it on a trajectory to emerge as the top grain buyer by far this season, shattering previous purchase records and marking a clear break from China’s history as a relatively self-sufficient player in…

Jean Monnet Erasmus + took place at Omsk State Agrarian University

On November 6, the presentation of the course 'European Practice for the Development of Digital Financial Services in Rural Areas: Knowledge and Inclusion' was held at the Faculty of Economics of the Omsk State Agrarian University (Omsky Biocluster member). The course is being implemented under the Jean Monnet Module grant.

Russia proposed to temporarily restrict grain exports

The Ministry of Agriculture of Russia proposes to introduce a grain export quota in the amount of 15 million tons for the period from February 15 to June 30, 2021. The corresponding draft resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers has been published on the portal of draft regulatory legal acts.

Nestlé launches insect animal feed

Nestlé has released an unusual novelty - animal feed, which contains insects.