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Disclosure of Funding
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Disclosure of Funding, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube RSS About Our Leadership James C. Carrington, Ph.D.Sam FiorelloHal, Unveiled 2018 Disclosure of Funding Agencies and Supporting Corporations The Danforth Plant Science Center receives financial support in the form of gifts and sponsored research funding from
(The St. Louis American) New funding for new bioscience companies
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By staff of The St. Louis American Do you have a science-based technology or idea that might be the basis of a new start-up business in St. Louis? Could you use initial funding and expert advice to prove your innovation further and to help secure pr ...
(The St. Louis American) New funding for new bioscience companies, By staff of The St. Louis, business in St. Louis? Could you use initial funding and expert advice to prove your innovation further and to help secure private funding for a new business? If so, the St. Louis i6 Award, to five viable new bioscience ventures during each cycle. Candidates for funding include, private investment of greater than $50,000, Phase I SBIR/STTR, or any similar company funding exceeding
(St. Louis Today) Missouri Bill Aims To Spark Tech Startup Funding
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 BY TIM LOGAN For years, the people who are trying to build a biotech industry in St. Louis say they have been doing so with one hand tied behind their back. This week may provide the best chance yet for that hand to be cut loose. As Missour ...
(St. Louis Today) Missouri Bill Aims To Spark Tech Startup Funding, BY TIM LOGAN For years, the region has long lacked: the early-stage funding that many science companies need to turn, investing heavily in their tech sectors. Missouri spends far less state money on early-stage funding, and Austin, Texas, this sort of early stage funding often comes from the private sector, said Ted Briscoe, audit" of the agency, lawmakers stripped some of its funding, and a county prosecutor launched
(Beacon) BioSTL brings together major institutions & funding to grow bioscience companies
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By David Baugher, Special to the Beacon Posted 10:07 pm Tue., 9.27.11 Donn Rubin will tell you it’s not very flashy. “We’re not trying to build an empire here,” he laughs. A nondescript Clayton storefront on Forsyth Boulevard seems an unli ...
(Beacon) BioSTL brings together major institutions & funding to grow bioscience companies, funding source, the St. Louis Life Sciences Project. Thus, more dollars and more partners are needed to keep pace with growth. “That will be unsustainable without additional funding and so that’s, commercial potential. With that validated, it is clear that more funding is required to nurture those new, in dealing with state, national and even international funding sources by determining the kinds
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center scientists snag $9M in funding to advance cutting-edge research
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Danforth Center scientists have recently garnered more than $9 million in grant funding to support a variety of projects and a prestigious fellowship. Read the article to learn more about the exciting research that will take place.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Danforth Center scientists snag $9M in funding to advance cutting-edge research, Danforth Center scientists have recently garnered more than $9 million in grant funding to support a variety of projects and a prestigious fellowship. Read the article to learn more about the exciting research that will take place. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Beacon) Plant science leaders see recruitment, funding as future challenges
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With major commercial and educational institutions in place and expanding, the St. Louis region’s designation as a plant science research center is unlikely to fade away.
(St. Louis Beacon) Plant science leaders see recruitment, funding as future challenges, By: Jason Rosenbaum 7:00 am on Fri, 09.27.13 Sam Fiorello has done plenty to help establish St. Louis as a plant science hub through his work at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. And he's helping the Creve Coeur-based facility grow and expand into the future. Now Fiorello has an arguably more, companies in general typically have a harder time finding funding, primarily because companies like
Danforth Plant Science Center Collaborative Research Program Receives Major Funding to Improve Crop Yield in the Developing World
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Project Aims to Develop Virus Resistant Cassava to Help Farmers Provide Food for their Families ST. LOUIS, MO September 6, 2011-- The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center announced today that it has received additional funding totaling $11.9 million ...
Danforth Plant Science Center Collaborative Research Program Receives Major Funding to Improve Crop Yield in the Developing World , Project Aims to Develop Virus Resistant Cassava to Help Farmers, Center announced today that it has received additional funding totaling $11.9 million, yield and increasing the threat of poverty and famine. The additional funding came from the Bill, and foreign universities. The Government of Uganda, local, regional and overseas donors provide the funding
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 Public Radio) Danforth Center receives funding to expand cassava project to Nigeria
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Researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center say a $10.45 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will allow them to expand a project to develop genetically modified cassava into Nigeria.
(St. Louis Public Radio) Danforth Center receives funding to expand cassava project to Nigeria, Researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center say a $10.45 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will allow them to expand a project to develop genetically modified cassava into Nigeria. Read more here., (Collection), (Collection)
Danforth Center’s Maker Group Receives Funding to Support Local STEM Outreach
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Maker Group has received a grant from the Raspberry Pi Foundation to engage local educators in the St. Louis region to develop an educational package that introduces students to electronics, plant science and computing.
Danforth Center’s Maker Group Receives Funding to Support Local STEM Outreach, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center’s Maker Group has received a one year, $13,195 grant from the Raspberry Pi Foundation to engage local educators in the St. Louis region to develop an educational package that introduces students to electronics, plant science and computing. A portion of the funds will support the Danforth Center Maker Group’s first community event, St. Louis Raspberry Pi Jam, to be held