Agronomic Technology Corp., which sells Adapt-N software to help farmers model and optimize nitrogen fertilization, graduated from Cornell University’s McGovern Family Center for Venture Development in the Life Sciences, according to a news release by the university. The company is the McGovern Center incubator’s first formal gradaute, and a licensee of technology developed in the laboratory of Prof. Harold van Es. Cornell President David Skorton attended the graduation ceremony.
The company’s Series A venture round last October included participation from two upstate firms â Cayuga Ventures of Ithaca and Armory Square Ventures of Syracuse â and a North Dakota Fund (Arthur Ventures) that brought deep expertise in agribusiness. More background here.