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Bioenergy Grasses
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Bioenergy Grasses, Home, William H. Danforth Wing Dedication Bioenergy, on improving photosynthesis in bioenergy grasses such as sorghum and developing genomics tools, in studying bioenergy grasses. Relevant Publications Andrea, of bioenergy grasses and how they respond to changing environments. Relevant Publications
The Danforth Center’s Commitment to Bioenergy Research
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The mission of the Enterprise Rent-a-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels is to develop and apply technologies to enhance the potential of oilseed crops, algae and bioenergy grasses as sources of sustainable bioenergy.
The Danforth Center’s Commitment to Bioenergy Research, Replacing fossil fuels with sustainable sources of energy is imperative for our future. Solar and wind are part of the solution, technologies to increase the potential of oilseed crops, algae and bioenergy grasses to sustainably replace fossil fuels. Our work is designed to enhance the yield and quality of bioenergy crops, lower, of sustainable bioenergy crops that won’t take up land needed for growing food as the demand for both
Conversations Series: Let's Talk About... Next Generation Bioenergy.
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St. Louis has a unique mix of talent and infrastructure working to find solutions to the world’s expanding energy demand.
Conversations Series: Let's Talk About... Next Generation Bioenergy. , One of the world’s greatest global challenges is to replace fossil fuels with sustainable sources of bioenergy to meet, and bioenergy grasses as sources of sustainable bioenergy. Within the institute, high-risk research is conducted with the potential to alter current paradigms for bioenergy crops and technologies are developed to improve bioenergy grasses and the production of plant and algal-based oils
(Genomeweb Daily News) Danforth Center Leads $12M DOE Bioenergy Study
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By a GenomeWeb staff reporter - July 18, 2012 NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A research group led by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis will use a $12.1 million grant from the US Department of Energy to conduct genomics-driven resear ...
(Genomeweb Daily News) Danforth Center Leads $12M DOE Bioenergy Study, By a GenomeWeb staff reporter - July 18, 2012 NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A research group led by the Donald Danforth Plant, to conduct genomics-driven research to develop and improve a grass that could be an important bioenergy, the yield of Setaria viridis. “What we learn in improving bioenergy grasses in many cases can also, for S. viridis that will drive its adoption for use in bioenergy. Read article in its entirety here
New Robotic Phenotyper Deployed to Advance Improvement of Key Bioenergy Crop
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The world’s largest robotic field scanner is providing insight on how plants adapt to their changing environments.
New Robotic Phenotyper Deployed to Advance Improvement of Key Bioenergy Crop, In 2015, the Danforth, bioenergy crop. The TERRA program uniquely integrates agriculture, information technology, feedstocks for food and bioenergy. One year later the world’s largest robotic field scanner, to develop technologies to increase the potential of bioenergy grasses to sustainably replace fossil fuels, it to become a premier bioenergy crop in the U.S. Todd Mockler, Ph.D., associate member, Geraldine
New Discovery Will Enhance yield and quality of Cereal and Bioenergy Crops
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A team of scientists led by Thomas Brutnell, Ph.D., have developed a new way of identifying genes that are important for photosynthesis in maize, and in rice
New Discovery Will Enhance yield and quality of Cereal and Bioenergy Crops, ST. LOUIS, MO – October 13, 2014 –A team of scientists led by Thomas Brutnell, Ph.D., director of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have developed a new, to improve the quality, yield and biomass of emerging bioenergy feedstocks such as miscanthus, carbon capture in both food and bioenergy crops,” said Mockler. ### For additional
A VISIONARY EFFORT TO ENHANCE YIELD AND QUALITY OF CEREAL AND BIOENERGY CROPS
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A team of scientists at the Danforth Center have developed a new way of identifying genes that are important for photosynthesis in maize, and in rice.
A VISIONARY EFFORT TO ENHANCE YIELD AND QUALITY OF CEREAL AND BIOENERGY CROPS, Roots & Shoots' Guest blogger: Anthony Studer from Dr. Tom Brutnell’s lab at the Danforth Center. An increasing global population, shifts in land use, economic development, global climate change, and rising energy, and bioenergy issues. To accomplish such goals, it will be necessary to achieve a better understanding, grasses to improve the quality, yield and biomass of emerging bioenergy feedstocks
US Department of Energy Awards Danforth Center 16M to Enhance Sorghum for Bioenergy
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/todd-mockler/lab-news/us-department-of-energy-awards-danforth-center-16m-to-enhance-sorghum-for-bioenergy
A multi-institutional research effort aims to optimize photosynthesis and water use efficiency
US Department of Energy Awards Danforth Center 16M to Enhance Sorghum for Bioenergy, ST. LOUIS, MO, October 2, 2017 – The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, one of the world’s largest independent plant science institutes, today announced a 5-year $16 million grant from the U.S. Department, as a high value bioenergy feedstock to be grown on marginal soils and thus not compete with food crops, States Department of Agriculture. “Sorghum is an attractive bioenergy feedstock supported by well
Researchers look to relatives for clues in quest to develop sources of bioenergy
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ST. LOUIS, MO, May 14, 2012—Arranging DNA fragments into a genome sequence that scientists can interpret is a challenge often compared to assembling a puzzle except you don’t have the box and have no idea what the picture is supposed to be. Sometimes ...
Researchers look to relatives for clues in quest to develop sources of bioenergy, ST. LOUIS, MO, May 14, 2012—Arranging DNA fragments into a genome sequence that scientists can interpret is a challenge often compared to assembling a puzzle except you don’t have the box and have no idea what the picture is supposed to be. Sometimes clues from other publicly-available DNA sequences of related, for bioenergy applications is that they typically have long lifecycles and complex genomes. Jeremy Schmutz
Danforth Center Awarded $8 Million DOE ARPA-E Grant to Accelerate Research on Sorghum as Bioenergy Crop
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The $8 million grant awarded to the Danforth Plant Science Center will be led by Todd Mockler, Ph.D., Geraldine and Robert Virgil Distinguished Investigator at the Danforth Center.
Danforth Center Awarded $8 Million DOE ARPA-E Grant to Accelerate Research on Sorghum as Bioenergy, worldwide, as a bioenergy crop. The $8 million grant awarded to the Danforth Plant Science Center, at the Danforth Center. “By understanding the phenotypic and genomic variation of bioenergy sorghum, we, -yielding sorghum hybrids,” said Mockler. “These will be optimized for the U.S. sorghum bioenergy, and bioenergy grasses such as sorghum as sources of sustainable bioenergy. The sorghum research