Comstock Magazine | Allison Joy | 12/10/18 Entrepreneur and entomologist Pamela Marrone on biologicals in farming and the Capital Region’s innovation ecosystem Pamela Marrone, an entomologist by training, founded Marrone Bio Innovations in 2006 to develop biologically-based products for pest management and plant health, for use by both organic and conventional farmers. She took the [...]
Cristina Mendonsa | Global Go from California Community Colleges & CITO Global Go interviews Dr. Pamela Marrone founder of Marrone Bio.
Agri Investor | 12/07/18 | Download PDF At the Agri Investor Forum in Chicago, panelists from Vestaron, Marrone Bio Innovations and AgLaunch discussed how to bridge the gap between farmland and agtech. A larger pool of ag-savvy investors will be required to bring cutting-edge biological insecticide products currently being developed into wider usage, according to [...]
ProactiveInvestors USA | Article Link Marrone Bio Innovatons (MBII-NASDAQ) CEO Marrone joined Steve Darling from Proactive Investors at the LD MIcro Show in Los Angeles to talk about the success her company has seen especially in Q-3. That success has come from some changes and some key hiring. The company is a a leading provider [...]
Forbes Magazine | Article Link | Colleen DeBaise I recently spoke with Pam Marrone, one of the rare women leading a public company. Her startup, Marrone Bio Innovations, develops natural alternatives to dangerous pesticides. Marrone is an entomologist by training -- and to say she is an insect enthusiast is putting it lightly. Growing up, [...]
The Story Exchange | Christina Kelly | Article Link | Oct 9, 2018 Entomologist Pam Marrone has turned a fascination with insects into Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., a publicly traded company that develops natural pest-control products as alternatives to controversial pesticides. The Davis, California, business stands to benefit from a slew of bad legal news [...]
Bloomberg Environment | Dr. Pam Marrone | Sept 24, 2018 | Article Link Whether it is in China, Guatemala, Brazil, Europe, or the U.S., consumers, and especially young people, want more information and transparency about how crops are grown and how their food is produced. Food companies are taking notice, and efforts such as the [...]