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Living Earth Collaboration seeks to develop resilient plants for future climates
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Researchers explore biodiversity and domestication of grapevines to better understand root systems
Living Earth Collaboration seeks to develop resilient plants for future climates , A team of researchers from the Danforth Plant Science Center, Saint Louis University and Washington University in St. Louis will focus on the importance of native North American crop wild relatives through a new collaboration. The researchers will develop an expanded vision for conservation of crop wild relatives, in native species relevant for agriculture. "This project represents an exciting collaboration between
(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.
(Forbes) Collaboration Provides Hope In The Battle Against Mycotoxin Induced Cancer In The Developing World, Poisonous carcinogens called Aflatoxins can be produced when food crops are infected by certain species of the fungus, Aspergillus. Consumers in the developed world are largely protected from exposure to these dangerous natural compounds through pest control and product screening, on a recent collaboration between groups of scientists in the US and in India. Read More
(St. Louis Business Journal) Monsanto’s Fraley pushes collaboration in Ag Innovation talk
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The days of a single scientific advance alone having a maximum impact on agriculture are over, Monsanto’s top technology executive told the crowd at the Ag Innovation Showcase on Tuesday.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Monsanto’s Fraley pushes collaboration in Ag Innovation talk, E.B. Solomont, Reporter- St. Louis Business Journal, Sep 11, 2013, 9:27am CDT The days of a single scientific advance alone having a maximum impact on agriculture are over, Monsanto’s top technology executive told the crowd at the Ag Innovation Showcase on Tuesday. The three-day event, taking place, opportunities.” Tapping into Fraley’s theme of collaboration, Ag Innovation Showcase organizers introduced
International Collaboration Receives Grant to Advance Improvements in Cassava Harvests and Nutrition for Smallholder Families in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Virus-resistant and nutritionally-enhanced Cassava for Africa.
International Collaboration Receives Grant to Advance Improvements in Cassava Harvests and Nutrition for Smallholder Families in Sub-Saharan Africa, ST. LOUIS, MO, December 14, 2016–The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center announces that the Virus Resistant Cassava for Africa Plus (VIRCA Plus) consortium of American, Nigerian, Ugandan, and Kenyan institutions recently received a five-year, and children. The VIRCA Plus collaboration will address these challenges by developing and delivering
National Science Foundation Supports Stony Creek Colors and Danforth Center Collaboration for Bio-based Indigo Business Project
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From seed to closet, transforming the fashion industry through plant science.
National Science Foundation Supports Stony Creek Colors and Danforth Center Collaboration for Bio-based Indigo Business Project, ST. LOUIS, MO – Stony Creek Colors, a manufacturer of biobased textile dyes and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, a not-for-profit research institute with a mission to improve the human condition through plant science announced they have received a one-year, full integrity, and contribute to a thriving future. Stony Creek Colors’ research collaboration
Fueling Innovation Through Collaboration
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As millions of Americans hit the road this summer, they are paying the most expensive gas prices in six years. This gasoline sticker shock was one more reminder of the need to develop an abundant and sustainable supply of alternative fuels.
Fueling Innovation Through Collaboration, An Excerpt from Enterprise’s Driving Futures blog By Claire Carstensen As millions of Americans hit the road this summer, they are paying the most expensive gas prices in six years. This gasoline sticker shock was one more reminder of the need to develop an abundant and sustainable supply of alternative fuels. That’s an issue that Enterprise has championed for nearly a decade. Since 2006, our owners, the Taylor family, and the Enterprise
(Textile World) National Science Foundation Supports Stony Creek Colors And Danforth Center Collaboration For Bio-Based Indigo Business Project
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“Genomics and non-destructive, high-throughput phenotyping are cornerstones of our research at the Danforth Center, and it’s exciting to have the opportunity to use the methods we have developed to directly accelerate improvements in a sustainable indigo feedstock,” said Noah Fahlgren, Ph.D. director, Bioinformatics Core, Danforth Plant Science Center, co-principal Investigator on the project. 
(Textile World) National Science Foundation Supports Stony Creek Colors And Danforth Center Collaboration For Bio-Based Indigo Business Project, Stony Creek Colors, a manufacturer of biobased textile dyes and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, a not-for-profit research institute with a mission to improve the human condition through plant science announced they have received a one-year, to a thriving future. Stony Creek Colors’ research collaboration with the Danforth Center funded
(Bloomberg) New Economy Forum
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The Danforth Center's collaboration with the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator was included as a new solution in 2020 at Bloomberg's second annual New Economy Forum in Beijing.
(Bloomberg) New Economy Forum, The Danforth Center's collaboration with the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator was included as a new solution in 2020 at Bloomberg's second annual New Economy Forum in Beijing. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
JOIN US SEPTEMBER 18 FOR VENTURE CAFÉ NIGHT: 39°N
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This month learn about trade, partnerships, and internal controls to protect startups
JOIN US SEPTEMBER 18 FOR VENTURE CAFÉ NIGHT: 39°N, On the third Tuesday of the month, Venture Café Night: 39°N gatherings at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center facilitate serendipitous collisions that drive creativity, foster collaboration and stimulate investment in innovation. , (Collection), (Collection)
“Best Places to Work in Academia" and then some
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“We are proud to be voted among the top 10 Best Places to Work in Academia,” said Sam Fiorello, Chief Operating Officer. “We strive to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and support to enable our employees to do their very best work in pursuit of ...
“Best Places to Work in Academia" and then some, “We are proud to be voted among the top 10 Best Places to Work in Academia,” said Sam Fiorello, Chief Operating Officer. “We strive to foster an atmosphere of collaboration and support to enable our employees to do their very best work in pursuit of our mission, to improve the human condition through plant science.” But we also know how to invent fun while collaborating... , (Collection), (Collection)