18 search results for American Society of Plant Biologists

Danforth Center Scientist Receives Awards from American Society of Plant Biologists
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Blake Meyers is the 2017 Recipient of the Charles Albert Shull Award
Danforth Center Scientist Receives Awards from American Society of Plant Biologists, Blake Meyers, – The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), a professional society devoted to the advancement, us on Twitter at @DanforthCenter. About the American Society of Plant Biologists ASPB, and service in plant biology. He has been on the editorial board of the Society’s journal The Plant, the United States and around the world, the Society self-publishes two of the most widely cited plant science
What does photosynthesis actually look like?
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Danforth Center Scientist Featured in Science in Real Life Episode
of plants. Photosynthesis! Plant Grafting! (Science IRL S3 Ep3) This episode was brought to you by the American Society of Plant Biologists: http://www.aspb.org/ Science IRL social media: https, What does photosynthesis actually look like?, Science in Real Life is an educational YouTube series that blends together creativity and hard science in a way that both enlightens and entertains. This episode features Margaret Frank, Ph.D. a postdoctoral researcher at the Donald Danforth Plant
(Science) Plant Scientists: GM Technology is Safe
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Danforth Center scientists Rebecca Bart and Noah Fahlgren are among the authors of the letter published in the journal Science
(Science) Plant Scientists: GM Technology is Safe, The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) “supports the continued responsible use of genetic engineering… as an effective tool for advancing food security and reducing the negative environmental impacts of agriculture” (1). A recent petition advocating the ASPB position collected more than 1400 signatories from the plant science community (2). The ASPB, the petition signatories, and other scientists in governmental and scientific
Plant Scientists: GM Technology a Safe Tool to Help Meet Food Supply Demands
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/rebecca-bart/lab-news/plant-scientists-gm-technology-a-safe-tool-to-help-meet-food-supply-demands
More than 1,000 scientists from nonprofit, corporate, academic, and private institutions say public doubts about genetically modified food crops are hindering the next Green Revolution.
the American Society of Plant Biologists’ (ASPB) position statement on genetically modified (GM) crops, Gates Foundation. About the American Society of Plant Biologists ASPB is a professional scientific society, headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, devoted to the advancement of the plant sciences, environmental impacts of agriculture.” The ASPB is the world’s largest organization of plant biologists, than 50 other nations, the Society publishes two of the most widely cited plant science journals
Unleashing a Decade of Innovation in Plant Science
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Representatives of the plant science community have developed the Plant Science Decadal Vision that serves to educate the public and government about the need for advances in plant science.
, coordinated by the American Society of Plant Biologists, and supported by the National Science, Unleashing a Decade of Innovation in Plant Science, Changes in climate and the rapidly increasing, demand for food and fuel with limited resources. In response, representatives of the plant science community have developed the Plant Science Decadal Vision that serves to educate the public and government about the need for advances in plant science that will be crucial to improving agriculture
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Welcomes New Principal Investigator
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As expansion efforts continue to advance, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has hired Andrea Eveland, Ph.D., as a principal investigator and assistant member. 
), American Society of Plant Biologists, and the Maize Genetics Cooperative. ### For additional, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Welcomes New Principal Investigator, New hire brings, , 2014 – As expansion efforts continue to advance, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center has hired, will complement the Center’s groundbreaking work in plant cereal crops and bioenergy grasses. Eveland’s, to her laboratory team over the next several months. After receiving her Ph.D. in plant molecular
(Agri-Pulse) Plant scientists outline goals for 'Decadal Vision'
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Educating the general public and Washington decision makers about the innovations of plant science is vital for the sector to achieve potential solutions to global challenges such as feeding a large population with fewer resources.
with fewer resources, says the president of the Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research. In a briefing Tuesday for a paper published by the American Society of Plant Biologists, David Stern laid out the details of “Unleashing a Decade of Innovation in Plant Science: A Vision for 2015-2025, (Agri-Pulse) Plant scientists outline goals for 'Decadal Vision', By Sarah Gonzalez Educating the general public and Washington decision makers about the innovations of plant science is vital
The Plant Pulse September 2, 2011
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    Volunteer Opportunity: Danforth Center Needs Help Sending 500,000 Meals to Africa -  Sprout & About "Each package of food provides nutritionally complete servings for six children," said Melanie Bernds, public relations manag ...
to Enable Agricultural Development (BREAD) - ASPB, American Society of Plant Biologists, The Plant Pulse September 2, 2011, Volunteer Opportunity: Danforth Center Needs Help, of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, in a statement. “For many of the participants, where they have been approved," adds WHO. Little plant has big stories to tell - Phys Org Understanding which genes control traits, like when a plant will flower, what soil type is best or its
2018 WILLIAM H. DANFORTH PLANT SCIENCE SCHOLAR PROFILE
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Light and Environmental signals in Crops may be as Complex as Day and Night
was recognized by the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) as an up and coming leader in the plant, 2018 WILLIAM H. DANFORTH PLANT SCIENCE SCHOLAR PROFILE, Maria Sorkin Washington University Ph.D. Graduate Student Plant and Microbial Science Graduate Program Dmitri Nusinow Lab, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Maria Sorkin has recently been named the 2018 William H. Danforth Plant, the molecular mechanisms behind how light and other environmental signals regulate the plant circadian
Creating Community With Taproot Podcast
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Ivan Baxter and Liz Haswell are using their podcast, Taproot, to create an inclusive community for young plant scientists.
University, to create Taproot Podcast and address this challenge head-on. The American Society of Plant Biologists was also an early supporter, serving as a sponsor and host of the podcast since its, of plant scientists. By creating opportunities to learn about plant science at all stages, -life plant scientists, and make it accessible to thousands of emerging plant scientists as a resource