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Plant Science for Your Health
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Green Tea May Help Treat Fatal Disease Researchers Demonstrate Green Tea Compound is Effective in Treating Genetic Disorder and Two Types of Tumors By: Cynthia Billhartz Gregorian, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Prevailing medical evidence suggests that th ...
Plant Science for Your Health, Green Tea May Help Treat Fatal Disease Researchers Demonstrate Green Tea Compound is Effective in Treating Genetic Disorder and Two Types of Tumors By: Cynthia Billhartz Gregorian, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Prevailing medical evidence suggests that the deadly genetic disorder hyperinsulinism/hyperammonemia is rare. But Dr. Thomas Smith, a researcher, could be beneficial to your health here., (Collection), (Collection)
Cassava High In Iron and Zinc Could Improve Diets and Health In West Africa
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Field-grown cassava plants overexpressing a combination of plant genes can accumulate significantly higher concentrations of iron and zinc.
Cassava High In Iron and Zinc Could Improve Diets and Health In West Africa, ST. LOUIS, MO, January, health, with particularly severe impacts in Africa. In Nigeria, 75 percent of preschool children and 67, levels of these two minerals could significantly improve diets and health. In a paper published today, at levels that could have a significant impact on the health of cassava-consuming populations in West, . "Biofortified cassava has the potential to improve the nutrition and health of millions of people
St. Louis Health and Environment Reporter Travels to Africa to Gain Insight into Challenges Facing African Farmers and the Potential Impact of Agriculture Research
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Scientists are developing an improved cassava that will allow communities to produce more food and income from cassava farming.
St. Louis Health and Environment Reporter Travels to Africa to Gain Insight into Challenges Facing African Farmers and the Potential Impact of Agriculture Research , Durrie Bouscaren is a reporter at St. Louis Public Radio 90.7|KWMU, specializing in healthcare and medical research throughout the St. Louis metro area. Bouscaren recently visited Uganda as part of a fellowship, through an interpreter. Read More. To find additional stories about health and the environment
Retraction Watch, Ivan Oransky visits the Center
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Ivan Oransky, executive editor of Reuters Health and creator of  Retraction Watch, visited the Danforth Center on Oct. 25 to present The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What Retractions Tell Us About Scientific Transparency.      &nbs ...
Retraction Watch, Ivan Oransky visits the Center, Ivan Oransky, executive editor of Reuters Health and creator of Retraction Watch, visited the Danforth Center on Oct. 25 to present The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What Retractions Tell Us About Scientific Transparency. Learn more about our Seminar Series here. , (Collection), (Collection)
Social Sharing: 10 Agriculture Blogs to Follow
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As 2014 wraps up, we’d like to share some remarkable blogs that we followed this year and hope you find them interesting as well. 

provides expertise on the topics of health, poverty, education and philanthropy as well as the use, a little.” The Next Generation: Farm Safety and Health This blog is a partnership between The Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health, University of Missouri, and Farm Safety 4 Just Kids and aims to provide farmers with a platform for sharing their opinions on farm safety and health. Think, and public health. USDA Blog Focuses on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues
(Forbes) Collaboration Provides Hope In The Battle Against Mycotoxin Induced Cancer In The Developing World
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There is new hope for a solution to this vexing health issue based on a recent collaboration between groups of scientists in the US and in India.
such as maize and groundnuts (peanuts). There is new hope for a solution to this vexing health issue based
Xu Han Accepted to NIH Summer Internship
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Former Kutchan Lab intern, Xu Han, has been accepted to a National Institutes of Health summer internship for 2011. He will be working in the lab of Dr. Kenneth Yamada, Chief of the Laboratory of Cell and Developmental Biology, National Institute of ...
Xu Han Accepted to NIH Summer Internship, Former Kutchan Lab intern, Xu Han, has been accepted to a National Institutes of Health summer internship for 2011. He will be working in the lab of Dr. Kenneth Yamada, Chief of the Laboratory of Cell and Developmental Biology, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in Bethesda, MD. Congratulations Xu! Xu is currently attending the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. His undergraduate institute, Macalester College, recently
Infographic: Cassava for a Hungry World
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Today we announced additional funding totaling $11.9 million for the Virus Resistant Cassava for Africa (VIRCA) project to advance its work to improve the health and wellbeing of farmers, their families, and other consumers of cassava living in Sub Saharan Africa ...
Infographic: Cassava for a Hungry World , Today we announced additional funding totaling $11.9 million for the Virus Resistant Cassava for Africa (VIRCA) project to advance its work to improve the health and wellbeing of farmers, their families, and other consumers of cassava living in Sub Saharan Africa. To learn more about the VIRCA II and Cassava, take advantage of our infographic by clicking here and hovering over the objects., (Collection), (Collection)
(KMOX) Profiles: Sam Fiorello
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Sam Fiorello, chief operating officer at the Danforth Center discusses the growing bio science market in St. Louis and the upcoming dedication of the William H. Danforth Wing Open House on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
(KMOX) Profiles: Sam Fiorello, Sam Fiorello is the COO at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur. It’s mission: To improve the human condition through plant science; To feed the hungry and improve human health; To preserve and renew our environment; And to enhance the St. Louis region as the world’s center for plant science. Listen to the full interview here. , (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Business Journal) NewLeaf Symbiotics Hires Three Key Executives
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NewLeaf CEO, Tom Laurita welcomes new team members into BRDG Park.
(St. Louis Business Journal) NewLeaf Symbiotics Hires Three Key Executives, Bio Research Development & Growth (BRDG) Park tenant, NewLeaf Symbiotics, a company commercializing plant health and nutrient technologies that utilize naturally occurring beneficial bacteria has hired on three key assets to their growing team. Kishore Nannapaneni, Bioinformatics Lead Sarita Chauhan, Director of Fermentation and Technology Development Mike McFatrich, Vice President for Business Strategy