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Danforth Center’s new growth center puts plants in the spotlight St. Louis Business Journal
The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has opened a new phenotyping facility that’s a growth chamber capable of taking continuous pictures of plants.
Ideas for Improving Science Education The New York Times
If you could make one change to improve science education in the United States, what would it be? Science Times asked that question of 19 Americans — scientists, educators, students — with a stake in the answer. Their responses follow.
KeyGene, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to collaborate Ag Professional
KeyGene and The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center announced a collaboration to strengthen the plant imaging capabilities at the newly built, one-of-a-kind Bellwether Phenotyping Facility at the Danforth Center.
ADM Looking To Plant New Headquarters Roots CBS
Archer Daniels Midland Co. announced Monday that it intends to move its headquarters out of Decatur, Illinois, while maintaining a significant presence in the central Illinois town.
Leaders in biotechnology come to West County for two days of ‘Ag Innovation’ West Newsmagazine
Anyone viewing agriculture as an industry ranking low on the technology sophistication scale would have received a radically different picture at the recent Ag Innovation Showcase at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
Can the B-word beat malnutrition? IRIN Africa
While fortifying staple foods, such as wheat flour and salt, has become routine in urban parts of malnutrition-prone West Africa, bio-fortification - the breeding of more nutritious vegetables, grains and pulses - is still a relatively new phenomenon for the region, but it is set to explode over the next decade.
MOgene Receives $1.5 Million for Renewable Energy BioBuzz
MOgene Green Chemicals has been selected for a two-year, $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a technology that will convert natural gas into energy-dense transportation fuel at a more affordable cost.
Plant science could aid Alzheimer's research Medical Xpress
A finding by an international team of plant biologists could be important in research into Alzheimer's and other age-related diseases.