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Syngenta Biotechnology
Syngenta researchers use a combination of science and cutting-edge technology to develop innovative solutions that help meet the world's changing needs for food, feed, fuel and fiber. Syngenta Biotechnology was founded by leading researcher Mary-Dell Chilton, and first opened its doors in 1984.

In addition to the Research Triangle Park campus, the sister site, Syngenta Biotechnology China Co. Ltd. was opened in Beijing in 2008. It is the first foreign-funded agricultural biotech research institution in China. This location specializes in early research of agronomic traits for key crops such as corn and soybean and focuses on yield improvement, water optimization, disease control and biomass conversion for biofuels.
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Dr. Mary-Dell Chilton Named a 2013 World Food Prize Laureate
During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Dr. Mary-Dell Chilton, distinguished science fellow and founder of Syngenta Biotechnology, condu...

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Research & Development
Research & Development - Syngenta is at the forefront of research in agriculture, with a rich R&D pipeline in Crop Protection, Professional Products and Seeds.
Biotechnology Benefits
Agricultural research continues to produce advancements that improve the food supply through advanced plant breeding techniques and other scientific developments.
Syngenta Biotechnology - RTP Expansion
Syngenta unveiled its new crop research facility during a grand opening celebration today at the company's RTP Innovation Center.
Products
Syngenta designs and develops products to improve agriculture and bring benefits to rural communities. The company is committed to implementing high standards of stewardship for the safe, effective and environmentally responsible production and use of its products.