Indianapolis’ AgriNovus has launched a tool to encourage students to pursue an agbioscience career.  AgriNovus (whose tagline is “where food, agriculture, science and technology converge”) rolled out Field Atlas, a platform that helps potential agbioscientists sort out their options and guides them along a path toward an “innovation-driven career.”

Degree pathways include environmental science, bioenergy, biomathematics, animal sciences, sustainability, and conservation. In fact, the Field Atlas website lists 40 possible avenues for budding agbioscience pros. Specific job roles run the gamut from agricultural engineer to animal geneticist to climate change analyst, and again, the Field Atlas team has been thorough—it lists 91 possible careers on its site. (Yes, we counted them.)