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(St. Louis Business Journal) Indian Agtech Company to Open U.S. Headquarters in St. Louis
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Lacgene Technologies will establish its U.S. headquarters at the Helix Center Biotech Incubator.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Indian Agtech Company to Open U.S. Headquarters in St. Louis, Lacgene Technologies, an Indian agtech company that uses nanotechnology and genetics to help farmers, will establish its U.S. headquarters at the Helix Center Biotech Incubator in Creve Coeur. A formal announcement is expected before the end of the year. In St. Louis, the company will operate under the name Blue Orb Solutions and create 30 new jobs. Blue Orb will begin operating here in January
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center to Study How to Slow Golf Turf Damage
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As the U.S. Open tees off this week, the Donald Danforth Plant Science could be at the forefront of slowing turf damage after receiving a $30,000 grant from the U.S. Golf Association.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center to Study How to Slow Golf Turf Damage , As the U.S. Open tees off this week, the Donald Danforth Plant Science could be at the forefront of slowing turf damage after receiving a $30,000 grant from the U.S. Golf Association. Soil salinization, in which the salt content of soil increases, impacts almost 5,000 acres a day globally, according to the Danforth Center. Read the full article here. , (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Business Journal) Israeli company opening US headquarters in St. Louis
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NRGene, an Israeli genomics company has chosen St. Louis for the location of its U.S. headquarters.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Israeli company opening US headquarters in St. Louis, An Israeli genomics company has chosen St. Louis for the location of its U.S. headquarters. NRGene, which develops tools that use big data to identify genetic traits to improve crop yield and disease resistance, will open at the CIC@CET building in the Cortex innovation district in Midtown, officials with BioSTL said Friday. The local office will have a staff of six led by Paul Chomet. NRGene is the fourth
Explore the William H. Danforth Wing at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
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Saturday, April 16 the William H. Danforth Wing will be open for tours.
Explore the William H. Danforth Wing at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, On Saturday, April 16, the Danforth Center will host an open house to commemorate the opening of the William H, of open, flexible lab spaces for up to 100 scientists to strengthen programs in digital/computational, . Join us on April 16 and hear from Center Leadership, scientists and architects about how, with #NewWing. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter @DanforthCenter and LIKE us on Facebook
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Danforth Center and USGA Partnering to Improve Golf Course Sustainability
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As golfers tee off at the U.S. Open this week, researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center are literally watching grass grow to find ways to improve turf on golf courses.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Danforth Center and USGA Partnering to Improve Golf Course Sustainability, As golfers tee off at the U.S. Open this week, researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center are literally watching grass grow to find ways to improve turf on golf courses. The study is through a grant from the USGA as part of an ongoing effort to improve sustainability of golf courses. You can’t have golf without the rich green turf. But, the clean-cut emerald course isn’t just
New York Times National Correspondent to Address the Public’s Perception of Scientific Data at the Danforth Center’s Conversations Event
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Let's Talk About...Technology, Truth and the Public
Auditorium. Join us for this enlightening event. Amy has won two Pulitzer Prizes for her series, change, autism, gene drive, open science and longevity research. View some of her recent work here, questions for the panelists to discuss with #ConvoSTL. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter @DanforthCenter and LIKE us on Facebook to stay up to date with science, research and recent news
(Food Security and Ag-Biotech News) Grants Aim to Fight Malnutrition
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Source: Nature News Author: Anjali Nayar The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has announced nearly US$20 million in new grants to help get nutritionally enhanced rice and cassava to Asian and African farmers. The grants will help in the developme ...
(Food Security and Ag-Biotech News) Grants Aim to Fight Malnutrition , Source: Nature News Author: Anjali Nayar The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has announced nearly US$20 million in new grants, to nutritional deficiencies, says Lawrence Kent, head of agricultural development at the U.S.-based Gates, that involves biotechnology involves a level of controversy." "But," he argues, "we need to be open, of the BioCassava Plus Program, based in St Louis, the U.S. The Gates Foundation grants will help to generate
Danforth Center Kicks Off a Week of Activities to Celebrate the Expansion
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Follow along on Twitter with #NewWing this week as we commemorate the opening of the William H. Danforth Wing.
Institutions was held today. View the program here. We invite you to join us for an open house, , a four story facility named in honor of the Founding Chairman. Join us for this milestone event, more here. The four story addition provides open, flexible lab spaces for up to 100, mission. The open house will include tours of the new wing's collaborative laboratory spaces, with #NewWing. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter @DanforthCenter and LIKE us
Conversations Series, 39 North: Cultivating An Innovation Ecosystem
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The Science of Growing a Region
come together to solve the world’s greatest challenges. Join us on Thursday, May 11 for the first, the inventor of an AgTech product developed right here in St. Louis - Sling Health is telling us how, and entrepreneurs, is open to the public, free of charge and complimentary beverages are included. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter @DanforthCenter and LIKE us on Facebook to stay up to date
(BioInform) Q&A: Danforth's New President on Computational Expansion Plans and the Challenges of Plant Research
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by Uduak Thomas, Editor, BioInform James Carrington — a professor of botany and plant pathology and the director of the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing at Oregon State University — will take the helm as the new president of the Donald Da ...
for the funds as well as for the Danforth Center in general? Those funds will enable us to hire this new, are to the point where models are useful to us. What that means is that groups that have good, and open source products? Bioinformatics and computational biology has really developed in the open, -throughput data have been developed in academic labs and they're available as open source tools. So the culture in biocomputing is very much open source and we anticipate continuing