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- Danforth Plant Science Center Receives $8M For Big Data Research Program To Advance Development of Key Bioenergy Crop
- Understanding key phenotype-to-genotype associations will enhance efforts to bring products to market.
- Danforth Plant Science Center Receives $8M For Big Data Research Program To Advance Development of Key Bioenergy Crop , Understanding key phenotype-to-genotype associations will enhance efforts, baseline crop trait data of unprecedented quality and quantity, and that will accelerate development, protocols, data analysis methods and benchmarking tools for high-throughput phenotyping systems, of phenotypic trait and genetic data in standard community-defined formats that will be made available
- (St. Louis Beacon) Danforth event will examine growing world of bioinformatics
By David Baugher, special to the Beacon
The dynamic of man vs. machine has fascinated the world for decades, but the new science of bioinformatics and the explosion of information it will bring may present significant hurdles for both ...
- cases trillions -- of data points,” said Dr. Todd Mockler. “The amount of data is routinely so big, of the “big data” scene that could yield both great promise and important technical conundrums, infrastructures to query and mine large biological data sets. The last 10-15 years most of the biological sciences have really been taken over by so-called ‘big data’ approaches.”
That’s created a real, to make sense of large biological data sets so that biologists can infer actual results or make
- Plant Pulse
- The Plant Pulse is a feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that includes a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences and events, and the impact of plant science.
- . Sustainability in the Age of Big Data Wharton
Coming to terms with the scope of big data is a challenge, but the promise is enormous. Big data has the potential to revolutionize the two industries that generate, farming, big data and drone technology will provide farmers with the resources they need, Price Shock From Drought Bloomberg
At a time when big Midwest grain crops are contributing to lower, to achieving this goal. Why Agriculture Technology is the Next Big Thing LinkedIn
There are challenges
- The Plant Pulse August 24, 2012
- AIPI Announces First Round of Collaborative Grant Awards
St. Louis Business Journal
Todd Mockler of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is among a group of eight scientists on three projects who were awarded grants of up to $50,000 by the Assoc ...
- better ways of managing data
PhysOrg In this age of big data, scientists facing too much information rely on computers to search large data sets for patterns that are beyond the capability of humans to recognize—but computers can only interpret data based on the strict set of rules, environmental, social and economic performance in a big way. Corporate sustainability is about taking a long
- (St. Louis Business Journal) Companies pitch latest tech for farmers at Ag Innovation Showcase
- Dust off your elevator speech and put on your sports coat: It’s time again for the Ag Innovation Showcase
- aWhere, which Corbett describes as “big data for agriculture.” AWhere’s platform takes local weather data, of precision farming, which often involves the application of data analytics to farming. Executives from four companies pitched four different platforms that use data to manage different kinds of farms, ” recommendations for farmers. Fresno, California-based OnFarm also produces analytics and data-based decision-making tools for farmers, often by pooling and analyzing data from farm machines and sensors
- (Agri-Pulse) Plant scientists outline goals for 'Decadal Vision'
- 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.
- in an era of “Big Data” science. “Unless we want to be just stamp collectors, we need way of interrogating data sets we're collecting,” she said. Patrick Schnable, director of the Center for Plant, and trait data. “The great thing about ‘Big Data' is it is helping us develop hypotheses more, -derived chemicals; enhancing the ability to find answers in a torrent of data; and reforming
- Zhang Lab Adds Its First Member
- Will McHargue joins the Zhang Lab as a lab technician. The Zhang Lab is excited to welcome its first employee!
- with big datasets. He also spent much of his time creating custom sensors and data collection, in developing bioinformatics pipelines to process the big datasets that the Zhang Lab
- (St. Louis Business Journal) Israeli company opening US headquarters in St. Louis
- 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
- Solving Complex Problems Starts with Scientific Discovery
- The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is in pursuit of sustainable solutions to some of the most pressing global challenges of the 21st century.
- Solving Complex Problems Starts with Scientific Discovery, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is in pursuit of sustainable solutions to some of the most pressing global challenges of the 21st century. Solving complex problems at the nexus of food, water and energy starts with scientific discovery.
The Center houses 165 scientists who work in teams to develop and apply convergent technologies that take advantage of natural diversity in native and agricultural plants, Big Data approaches
- Venture Cafe Night: 39 North
Learn how the future of Agtech is shaping St. Louis.
- security to sustainability to big data and machine learning.
The Monsanto Enterprise Geospatial Platform | Monsanto
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Danforth Theater
What data is available? Where is it? How do I access it? These are all common questions that data scientists and people in general across Monsanto face daily.
To address this problem, three teams within Monsanto IT, geospatial data assets (Location360), Data Platform, and Cloud Analytics (Science@Scale), partnered to build a world class and one