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The personalized nutrition market isn’t one-size-fits-all

NUTRITIONAL OUTLOOK - Thomas Hayes, an analyst at Lux Research, a leading provider of tech-enabled research and advisory services, says, “There’s no definitive start date to when the personalized nutrition market started, but in 2016 when Campbell’s invested $32 million into [personalized nutrition company] Habit, that was certainly the tipping point. Since then, there has been a flurry of investments, partnerships, and acquisitions in the personalized nutrition space—some more successful than others.”

Apple Assembler Foxconn Revs Up Push Into Electric Vehicles With Fisker Deal

FORBES - Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contract manufacturer, entered its newest deal this week to co-develop electric vehicles in pursuit of a strong competitive position as the global EV market grows. “The company likely views the EV space as a significant opportunity, given electric vehicles still make up a small fraction of total vehicle sales,” says Chris Robinson, Boston-based senior analyst with the market analysis firm Lux Research.

The drivers of change in agriculture

FARMER'S WEEKLY - According to Lux Research, an international research company specialising in technology innovation, in its recently published annual outlook report, ‘Foresight 2021: Top emerging technologies to watch’, the prominence of new technologies in the agriculture sector is an indication of how fast and profoundly the food and farming industries are changing.

Lux Research Names the Top Food and Agriculture Startups of 2020

PR NEWSWIRE - Lux's food and agriculture experts continuously monitor and evaluate these and other industry megatrends and events to target and analyze promising startups capable of capturing the opportunities created. These startups are evaluated on their technology, business strategy, leadership, and market positioning, and those companies awarded a "Lux Positive" or "Lux Strong Positive" rating were published in Lux's market map "Top Food and Agriculture Startups of 2020."

Carbon Dioxide: A $550-Billion Opportunity

OILPRICE.COM - Anyone would be forgiven for being shocked when they see the words ‘carbon’ and ‘opportunity’ in one sentence. Carbon, after all, or rather carbon-oxygen compounds, are the ultimate enemy of the planet. It is something to be eliminated, not utilized. Nothing could be further from the truth.

5G’s Society-Changing Promise Carries ‘Forever Chemicals’ Price

BLOOMBERG LAW - But the market for fluoropolymers—a subset of PFAS that help equipment deliver data in 5G’s millimeter radio wave frequency—is about to explode, said Anthony Schiavo, a senior analyst with Lux Research Inc., an investment consulting firm focused on emerging technologies.

US firm identifies technologies that will help reshape agriculture

FARM WEEK - American company Lux Research has identified 12 key technologies that will reshape the agriculture world. The Boston-based concern says it is harder than ever before to be a food or agriculture company.

Three technologies transforming the food industry

FOOD BUSINESS NEWS - Digital tools are key to weathering disruptions in the food and agriculture value chain, according to a new report from Lux Research. The company’s Foresight 2021 report identified the top technologies food and agriculture leaders should look to in the year ahead.

CO2 Utilization Will Be a $550 Billion Market by 2040

JARN - The global market size for CO2 utilization will reach a market value of $70 billion by 2030, increasing to $550 billion by 2040. In its newest report, "CO2 Capture & Utilization: The Emergence of a Carbon Economy," Lux Research, a global provider of tech-enabled research and advisory services, forecasts the adoption of CO2 utilization in the buildings, chemicals, materials, fuels, and food sectors.

Building materials leading CO2 utilization market to USD 550 billion by 2040

BALKAN GREEN ENERGY NEWS - The global market for CO2 utilization will reach USD 70 billion by 2030 and USD 550 billion by 2040, according to the latest projection. As governments and the industry are turning to the technology that helps mitigate climate change, cement and other building materials offer the biggest potential for investment.