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Science Education
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Science Education, Home, & Transformation Research AreasTechnology TransferResearch Integrity Education & Outreach, AreasHousingApplyCurrent ProgramPrior ProgramsContact Us Science Education Tech TrunksPrograms, Science Education The Danforth Plant Science Center is committed to training and helping to guide the next generation of scientists. The Danforth Center’s Education and Outreach
Education & Outreach
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Education and Outreach
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Education and Outreach, Home, Culture & Transformation Research AreasTechnology TransferResearch Integrity Education & Outreach, AreasHousingApplyCurrent ProgramPrior ProgramsContact Us Science Education Tech TrunksPrograms, Unveiled Education and Outreach CABS Educational Programs, that supports biotechnology education in St. Louis area high schools. Trained teachers can request use
Balloons Take STEM Education Above and Beyond
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HAB.education co-founder, Dustin Mayfield-Jones discusses high altitude balloons and the potential impact they could have on field data collection. 
Balloons Take STEM Education Above and Beyond, Guest blogger Dustin Mayfield-Jones, senior laboratory technician in Tom Brutnell's Lab, Enterprise Rent-A-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center discusses his maker project, Hab.education., technology education barriers and are seeking additional K-12 educators. Many members of the group work, students in my region. Our group is making Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) education
Danforth Center Receives Significant Support from Boeing for Science Education and Outreach
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New generous investment will assist expansion of STEM training in the region. 
Danforth Center Receives Significant Support from Boeing for Science Education and Outreach, ST, , a centerpiece of the Danforth Center’s STEM education and outreach program. "We aspire to be a top, education in plant science and agriculture. The program provides equipment and instructional materials, science education and outreach efforts for more than a decade. This new generous investment, Driemeyer Director of Science Education and Outreach. By “sharing our science," through hands
Botanical Gardens Uniquely Positioned to Meet Need for Food and Agricultural Education
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/elizabeth-kellogg/lab-news/botanical-gardens-uniquely-positioned-to-meet-need-for-food-and-agricultural-education
“Botanical gardens are uniquely placed to present and educate the public about all the plant sciences, not just diversity and conservation, but also all the many disparate kinds of research related to plant breeding and crop production,” Elizabeth Kellogg, member of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.
Botanical Gardens Uniquely Positioned to Meet Need for Food and Agricultural Education, Washington, DC – Consistent with their historical focus on the functional utility of plants, botanical gardens, , and education programs to emphasize agriculture and its impacts, reports a paper published, the world, most in urban environments, devoted to plant knowledge, research and public education, for science, conservation, education and horticultural display. The Garden focuses its science work
(HEC-TV, Higher Education Channel) Danforth Center's Maker Movement: Plants, Robots & High Altitude Balloons
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A robotically controlled growth facility, the Bellweather Phenotyper, inspired scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to create less expensive versions for their individual labs. Sixty percent of the scientists now participate in a Maker Group, where they acquire skills to build instruments designed for their own research. One scientist, Dustin Mayfield-Jones took his skills to new heights in adventures with high altitude balloons. 
(HEC-TV, Higher Education Channel) Danforth Center's Maker Movement: Plants, Robots & High Altitude Balloons , A robotically controlled growth facility, the Bellweather Phenotyper, inspired scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to create less expensive versions for their individual labs. Sixty percent of the scientists now participate in a Maker Group, where they acquire skills, ballooning as part of STEM education. See Video here, (Collection), (Collection)
EducationOutreach
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For Funding, Scientists Turn to Unorthodox Sources
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....government grants are competitive — there isn’t enough money for all the research projects out there.
For Funding, Scientists Turn to Unorthodox Sources, When Donna Riordan first moved to the idyllic Orcas Island just off the coast of Washington state, she had no plans of doing any sort of research, despite her background in science and education policy. Read more here., (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Merger Puts Spotlight on Monsanto's Charitable Giving
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“Yes, Monsanto has been a terrific supporter over the years, but we receive support from a whole host of companies including Monsanto’s competitors,” said Sam Fiorello, chief operating officer at the Danforth Center. “I’m optimistic that we won’t see any significant negative impacts of this,” he said of the region.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Merger Puts Spotlight on Monsanto's Charitable Giving, For decades, Monsanto and its charitable fund have funneled millions of dollars into communities and education programs in St. Louis and around the world. The company’s name adorns the buildings of many prominent local institutions such as the Missouri Botanical Garden’s research facility, the St. Louis Zoo’s Insectarium and Education Gallery, and various facilities at the area’s universities. Most recently