42 search results for energy sorghum

U.S. Department of Energy Awards $13.5M to Enhance Sorghum for Biofuel
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/thomas-brutnell/lab-news/u.s.-department-of-energy-awards-13.5m-to-enhance-sorghum-for-biofuel
The Danforth Center takes part in a multi-institutional research effort to improve sorghum as a sustainable source for biofuel production
U.S. Department of Energy Awards $13.5M to Enhance Sorghum for Biofuel, The Danforth Center takes part in a multi-institutional research effort to improve sorghum as a sustainable source, water use- and nutrient-efficient sorghum crop systems. The five- year $13.5M project is funded by the the U.S. Department of Energy and will be led by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Sorghum, that it will be part of a major collaborative research project to improve sorghum's productivity under resource
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) DOE Gives Danforth Center $8 Million for Sorghum Study
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“These will be optimized for the U.S. sorghum bioenergy belt, making this crop a leading feedstock source for biofuel production,” said Danforth scientist Todd Mockler, who is leading the project.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) DOE Gives Danforth Center $8 Million for Sorghum Study, The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $8 million to the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to study sorghum for use as a biofuel crop. The project is aimed at mapping sorghum’s genetic information and studying its physical characteristics to help researchers develop higher-yielding varieties of the plant. “These will be optimized for the U.S. sorghum bioenergy belt, making this crop a leading feedstock
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center Wins $8 Million DOE Grant for Sorghum Project
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The grant supports a program focused on progressing research on sorghum as a bioenergy source. 
of Energy to study and breed sorghum hybrids for bioenergy. The grant comes through a program focused on new energy sources for transportation sponsored by the energy arm of the DOE’s Advanced Research, (St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center Wins $8 Million DOE Grant for Sorghum Project, to accelerate development of high-yield sorghum for bioenergy. The team will also analyze the genome of sorghum and combine that information with phenotype data to look at the physical makeup
Leading Foundation Working to Empower Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa Taps Danforth Center
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Leading Foundation Working to Empower Farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa Taps Danforth Center
. Sorghum is among the most efficient crops in terms of conversion of solar energy and use of water, Foundation to expand and accelerate the development and deployment of advanced sorghum phenotyping, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). TERRA-REF aims to optimize breeding strategies for improving the yield and stress tolerance of sorghum (Sorghum, demand by 2050. The need for improved varieties is particularly urgent because grain sorghum yields have
(DIGITS Wall Street Journal) Grow My Pretties! Tech Center Speeds Plant Growth
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Sugar cane, switch grass and sorghum provide green-energy alternatives to polluting fossil fuels. The recently unveiled Danforth Science Center in the U.S. Midwest hopes to make these plants grow faster. 
(DIGITS Wall Street Journal) Grow My Pretties! Tech Center Speeds Plant Growth, Sugar cane, switch grass and sorghum provide green-energy alternatives to polluting fossil fuels. The recently unveiled Danforth Science Center in the U.S. Midwest hopes to make these plants grow faster. View this article in its entirety here., (Collection), (Collection)
Danforth Center Awarded $8 Million DOE ARPA-E Grant to Accelerate Research on Sorghum as Bioenergy Crop
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The $8 million grant awarded to the Danforth Plant Science Center will be led by Todd Mockler, Ph.D., Geraldine and Robert Virgil Distinguished Investigator at the Danforth Center.
Danforth Center Awarded $8 Million DOE ARPA-E Grant to Accelerate Research on Sorghum as Bioenergy Crop, On June 18, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA–E) announced the Transportation Energy Resources and Renewable Agriculture (TERRA) program will support accelerating research on sorghum, a drought and heat tolerant member of the grass family grown, at the Danforth Center. “By understanding the phenotypic and genomic variation of bioenergy sorghum, we
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center Team Wins Share of $13.5 Million Bioenergy Grant
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The five-year project, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and led by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is meant to generate “strategies” to increase sorghum plant biomass and make the crop more efficient in using water and nutrients.
project aimed at making sorghum a more productive crop for bioenergy, the organization announced this week. The five-year project, funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and led by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is meant to generate “strategies” to increase sorghum plant biomass and make the crop, . Officials at the Creve Coeur-based Danforth said sorghum makes for a promising biofuel crop because, land for food crops. According to center officials, researchers will investigate sorghum genetics
Danforth Plant Science Center Receives $8M For Big Data Research Program To Advance Development of Key Bioenergy Crop
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/todd-mockler/lab-news/danforth-plant-science-center-receives-grant-for-research-program-to-advance-development-of-key-bioenergy-crop
Understanding key phenotype-to-genotype associations will enhance efforts to bring products to market.
of energy sorghum’s physical characteristics and genomic information. Precision phenotyping will also, to rapid advancements in high-yielding energy sorghum. The project will provide a comprehensive set, the systems developed will initially be used to improve energy sorghum, they will be directly extendable, the development of improved varieties of energy sorghum, a crop used to produce biofuel, by developing advanced, today it was awarded an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy ARPA–E TERRA program
Danforth Center Expands Major Research Program to Benefit Farmers in the Developing World
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Sorghum is an ideal crop to meet the predicted doubling of global demand for food and fuel by 2050 with less impact on the environment.
, A multi-institutional research effort aims to optimize breeding strategies for grain sorghum for Sub, of advanced sorghum phenotyping and breeding technologies in support of improved varieties, by the Danforth Center with support from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). TERRA-REF aims to optimize breeding strategies for improving the yield and stress tolerance of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor), a leading bioenergy feedstock crop in the United States, but also
Partnership with Benson Hill Biosystems Focuses Efforts on Sorghum as a Next-Generation Bioenergy Source
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Sorghum’s adaptability to diverse environments, low fertilizer requirements, high biomass potential and its compatibility with row crop production position it to become the premier bioenergy crop in the United States.
CropOS™ cloud biology platform to advance sustainable development of sorghum as an alternative energy source. Sorghum is a unique crop in that most varieties are both drought and heat tolerant. Sorghum, Partnership with Benson Hill Biosystems Focuses Efforts on Sorghum as a Next-Generation Bioenergy Source, Replacing fossil fuels with sustainable sources of energy that do not compete with food crops, Department of Energy Advanced Research Program. Benson Hill is an agricultural technology company