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(University of Missouri CAFNR News) Building a Bridge
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In his new role, Blake Meyers will be collaborating on plant science research with colleagues both at MU and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
(University of Missouri CAFNR News) Building a Bridge, It began with an article in the Chicago Tribune. As a sophomore studying biology at the University of Chicago in the spring of 1990, Blake, globally impactful plant science research between the University of Missouri and the Donald Danforth, . The story highlighted an organic farmer in rural Missouri who was growing high-quality vegetables as well, , Missouri, during that upcoming summer. He did. A short time later, Meyers found himself about 70
Danforth Center Collaborates with the University of Missouri to Hire Four Joint Researchers
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The Danforth Center and the University of Missouri are strengthening their collaboration with University of Missouri and will hire four new researchers who will hold joint appointments at both institutions and tenure at MU.
Danforth Center Collaborates with the University of Missouri to Hire Four Joint Researchers, The Danforth Center and the University of Missouri are strengthening their collaboration with University of Missouri and will hire four new researchers who will hold joint appointments at both institutions, . “Partnering with the University of Missouri will accelerate research and education at both institutions, impacts on Missouri. Follow us on Twitter @DanforthCenter and LIKE us on Facebook to stay up to date
Danforth Plant Science Center and University of Missouri Strengthen Regional Research and Education with New Joint Appointments
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Strategic Partnership Attracts Leaders in Plant Genome Editing and Epigenetics
Danforth Plant Science Center and University of Missouri Strengthen Regional Research and Education with New Joint Appointments, Danforth Plant Science Center and University of Missouri Strengthen, Science Center and the University of Missouri - Columbia (MU) announced today that R. Keith Slotkin, at @DanforthCenter. AboutThe University of Missouri The University of Missouri is the largest and oldest, of the Center’s collaboration with the region’s leading universities, including Washington University
(University of Missouri) Building a Bridge to Success
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MU and Danforth Center collaborative agreement showcases Missouri's plant biology strength
(University of Missouri) Building a Bridge to Success, MU and Danforth Center collaborative agreement showcases Missouri's plant biology strength Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
(People Behind the Science) Dr. Blake Meyers: Researching RNA Regulation of Reproduction in Plants
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The focus of Blake’s research is on small RNAs in plants. His lab studies how RNAs are used to regulate the complex machinery of cells, particularly in the context of plant reproductive biology.
and a Professor in the Division of Plant Sciences at the University of Missouri. He received a B.A. in Biology from the University of Chicago, and went on to receive his MS and PhD in Genetics from the University of California, Davis. Afterwards, Blake completed postdoctoral fellowships at Dupont Genomics and at the University of California, Davis. Before accepting his current positions, Blake, Sciences of the University of Delaware. Blake is here with us today to tell us all about his journey
(UMSL Daily) Mechanical engineering students develop working prototypes for the Danforth Center
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This summer, 23 students in the University of Missouri–St. Louis and Washington University joint program developed designs and working prototypes to solve everyday issues for researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center as part of a capstone mechanical engineering design course..
(UMSL Daily) Mechanical engineering students develop working prototypes for the Danforth Center, This summer, 23 students in the University of Missouri–St. Louis and Washington University joint program developed designs and working prototypes to solve everyday issues for researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center as part of a capstone mechanical engineering design course. Read more., (Collection), (Collection)
(Columbia Daily Tribune) A growing population gets a robotic assist
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Technology aids researchers in examining efficiency, yields of crops
(Columbia Daily Tribune) A growing population gets a robotic assist, As soon as University of Missouri researchers plant in the Bradford Research field later this spring, a robot will begin roaming each row and measuring plant features as crops grow. Read More Here, (Collection), (Collection)
Growing Our Scientific Community
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Welcome 2017 Summer Interns
Jennifer Probst, Missouri State University Krystina Hird, Miami University Kelsey Reed, Lauren Jenkins, University of Missouri- St. Louis Kelley Renninger, Purdue, , University of Connecticut Sarah Johns, Colorado State University Mayla Ayers, Harris-Stowe State University Allison Kemph, Saint Louis University Preston Bruce, Claflin University Miranda McLaughlin, Brigham Young University James Eckhardt, Gustavus Adolphus
(St. Louis Public Radio) Missouri Institutions To Share $20 Million Grant To Study Climate Change
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The National Science Foundation has awarded $20 million to academic and research institutions across Missouri to study climate change.
in St. Louis: the University of Missouri-Columbia; the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla; the University of Missouri-Kansas City; Lincoln University in Jefferson City; the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center; Washington University; the University of Missouri-St. Louis; Saint, (St. Louis Public Radio) Missouri Institutions To Share $20 Million Grant To Study Climate Change, to academic and research institutions across Missouri to study climate change. Five states, plus the U.S.
STARS at the Science Fair
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STARS was well represented at the Academy of Science-St. Louis Honors Division Science Fair The STARS program is funded partially through LMI Aerospace/D3 Technologies, Office of the Chancellor of UM-St. Louis, Saint Louis University, Washington ...
University, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Washington University, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Donald, STARS at the Science Fair , STARS was well represented at the Academy of Science-St. Louis Honors Division Science Fair The STARS program is funded partially through LMI Aerospace/D3 Technologies, Office of the Chancellor of UM-St. Louis, Saint Louis University, Washington University, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Green Foundation, and Solae Company. The STARS program gives high potential