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Preserving and Renewing the Environment
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Native Landscapes Preserving Diversity
Preserving and Renewing the Environment, Prairie grasses found in native landscapes play an important role in providing clues into plants’ ability to respond to environmental stress that can enhance cutting-edge science and technology to improve agricultural productivity. St. Louis was once the home of tall grass prairies, stands of grasses that often grew taller than grown men. The grasses, grass prairies are a unique and complex ecosystem that protects the environment by providing rich
Together We Can Help End Hunger and Improve the Environment
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Together We Can Help End Hunger and Improve the Environment, With the birth of agriculture, human beings flourished. Today, the intimate balance between people, planet and plants is threatened. We must find a way to make sure we have enough food and energy for people while preserving a livable, sustainable environment now and for the future. At the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center we work, long-term damage to the environment and the planet. Like the Moonshot in the 1960s, or a Mars shot
Young Friends Advance Efforts to Feed People, Sustain the Environment and Grow the Region
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Start 2018 off right as a Young Friend of the Danforth Center 
Young Friends Advance Efforts to Feed People, Sustain the Environment and Grow the Region , The Young Friends Steering Committee was founded to raise awareness of the Danforth Center’s mission and impact among St. Louis professionals age 40 and under. At the Danforth Center, we aspire to improve the sustainability, availability, affordability and quality of food especially for those in the world, our life-sustaining environment. Our community-building efforts are helping to create economic growth
As CO2 Levels Rise, Danforth Center Scientists Explore the Effect on Plants in an Effort to Improve Crops for a Changing Environment
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While carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are rising, Keith Slotkin, Ph.D., and his collaborators at the Danforth Center and Washington University are embarking on a new research project to explore how plants respond to increased CO2 levels over time, and how this knowledge can be used to predict the lasting effects of this environmental challenge.
As CO<sub>2</sub> Levels Rise, Danforth Center Scientists Explore the Effect on Plants in an Effort to Improve Crops for a Changing Environment, It’s no secret that we face many grand challenges when it comes to feeding the world. Not only do we have to increase the amount of food we produce while also preserving natural resources, we have to reckon with a changing environment that is creating, curriculum, the research has the potential to inform how we will grow food in a changing environment
St. Louis Health and Environment Reporter Travels to Africa to Gain Insight into Challenges Facing African Farmers and the Potential Impact of Agriculture Research
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Scientists are developing an improved cassava that will allow communities to produce more food and income from cassava farming.
St. Louis Health and Environment Reporter Travels to Africa to Gain Insight into Challenges Facing African Farmers and the Potential Impact of Agriculture Research , Durrie Bouscaren is a reporter at St. Louis Public Radio 90.7|KWMU, specializing in healthcare and medical research throughout the St. Louis metro area. Bouscaren recently visited Uganda as part of a fellowship, through an interpreter. Read More. To find additional stories about health and the environment
Robots for Plant Science Research
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Understanding how plants work provides the necessary information to improve crops in order to meet the demands of a growing global human population and the challenges of a changing environment. Watch a video of our Robot from its view point- http: ...
Robots for Plant Science Research , Understanding how plants work provides the necessary information to improve crops in order to meet the demands of a growing global human population and the challenges of a changing environment. Watch a video of our Robot from its view point. Learn more about our robots and Dr. Todd Mockler's research here., (Collection), (Collection)
(KMOX) Profiles: Sam Fiorello
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Sam Fiorello, chief operating officer at the Danforth Center discusses the growing bio science market in St. Louis and the upcoming dedication of the William H. Danforth Wing Open House on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
(KMOX) Profiles: Sam Fiorello, Sam Fiorello is the COO at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur. It’s mission: To improve the human condition through plant science; To feed the hungry and improve human health; To preserve and renew our environment; And to enhance the St. Louis region as the world’s center for plant science. Listen to the full interview here. , (Collection), (Collection)
Our Internship Program gets a BIG Boost
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 The National Science Foundation (NSF) and The Hearst Foundations collectively awarded $711,656 to support research training for undergraduate students in The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Summer Internship program. Students will have the op ...
Our Internship Program gets a BIG Boost , The National Science Foundation (NSF) and The Hearst Foundations collectively awarded $711,656 to support research training for undergraduate students in The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Summer Internship program. Students will have the opportunity through the funding to participate in a world class research environment in the area of plant, our program by supporting additional interns to engage in an international research environment
Danforth Center Names 2016 William H. Danforth Plant Science Fellow
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Alexandra Asaro, a graduate student at Washington University in St. Louis has been named the 2016 William H. Danforth Plant Science Fellow. 
dissertation research on genetic by environment interactions in the maize (Zea mays L.) ionome. Asaro, on the environment. This work will also help to elucidate plant elemental signatures associated, to agricultural practices. Genetic by environment interactions are central to environmental adaptation, of environmental changes. Asaro studies genetic by environment interactions in the maize ionome, the entirety, in combination with information on genetics and growth environment to study genetic effects on elemental
Research at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Featured in National Geographic Series, The Future of Food
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Research to improve agriculture productivity using cutting-edge technology at the Danforth Center is featured in the October issue of National Geographic.
Jim Carrington, Ph.D., president of the Danforth Center. “Being able to control the environment under careful experimental conditions allows us to understand the impact of a changing environment, human health, preserve and renew the environment and position the St. Louis region as a world center