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X-ray Imaging in Plant Biology: Seeing the Unseen
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/x-ray-imaging-in-plant-biology-seeing-the-unseen
Keith Duncan, a research scientist in Chris Topp's lab, was recently featured on A Scientist Walks into a Bar, a podcast from Science on Tap and Via Productions. Listen to the podcast to hear him discuss x-ray imaging in plant biology.
X-ray Imaging in Plant Biology: Seeing the Unseen, Keith Duncan, a research scientist in Chris, Productions. Listen to the podcast to hear him discuss x-ray imaging in plant biology and how he, through plant science. Click here to listen to the full podcast episode, X-ray Imaging in Plant, -ray tomography imaging ~34:35 3D x-ray tomography scan of a segment, -ray scan of alfalfa plant growing in soil ~37:20 X-ray microscope 3D imaging
Unique Imaging Platform to Advance Research on the Development of Roots
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/unique-imaging-platform-to-advance-research-on-the-development-of-roots
The new system is the first of its kind dedicated to plant science in the U.S. academic research sector and can provide accelerated insight into what affects plant growth.
Unique Imaging Platform to Advance Research on the Development of Roots, Historically, plant scientists have focused on plants from the ground up and in comparison very little is known about roots, about the “hidden parts” of plants. This massive imaging platform outweighs an elephant, from the ground or cutting into it.” The system is capable of imaging both large and small objects, and ocean ecosystems. “X-ray imaging has been a mainstay in medical and industrial research
(Agri-View) Root Research Uses Real-Time Imaging
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(agri-view)-root-research-uses-real-time-imaging
Until now, the only way for plant scientists to observe in-field root development has been to extract roots from the soil. Imaging technology will enable research without adversely affecting plant development, according to the organizations.
(Agri-View) Root Research Uses Real-Time Imaging, Advanced imaging technology will allow real-time gathering of plant root-growth data in a non-destructive manner, according to Valent BioSciences Corporation and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. The organizations have finalized a multi-year agreement in the area of root research. Until now, the only way for plant scientists to observe in-field root development has been to extract roots from the soil. Imaging technology will enable
2013 Fall Symposium creates excitement about advances in imaging and phenomics
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/2013-fall-symposium-creates-excitement-about-advances-in-imaging-and-phenomics
An international audience of more than 350 computer scientists, digital imagers, crop scientists, toxicologists, behavioral scientists, quantitative geneticists and genome scientists gathered for three days in St. Louis at the Danforth Center’s 15th Annual Fall Symposium, PhenoDays, Imaging and Robotics for 21st Century Science.
2013 Fall Symposium creates excitement about advances in imaging and phenomics, An international audience of more than 350 computer scientists, digital imagers, crop scientists, toxicologists, at the Danforth Center’s 15th Annual Fall Symposium, PhenoDays, Imaging and Robotics for 21st, insights into a variety of approaches that use imaging to improve and accelerate scientific understanding, driven by advances in imaging and robotics is underway and will grow rapidly over the next decade,” said
Student Lab Intern Develops Automated Plant Imaging System
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/student-lab-intern-develops-automated-plant-imaging-system
High school intern was a key player in the Nusinow lab at the Danforth Center over winter break. 
Student Lab Intern Develops Automated Plant Imaging System, High school intern, Allison Tielking, was tasked with creating an imaging system that would allow the scientists to monitor plants 24 hours a day, even in complete darkness. “When I described how I wanted the imaging system to work, I, was really impressed.” Tielking’s automated plant imaging system allowed the research team to take, panel that coordinates illumination and imaging using a Raspberry Pi microcomputer and camera that can
Scientists to Deploy Advances in 3D Imaging and Machine Learning to Predict the Effect of Rising CO2 Levels on Crops
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/news-releases/news-item/scientists-to-deploy-advances-in-3d-imaging-and-machine-leaning-to-predict-the-effect-of-rising-co-2-levels-on-crops
Research could result in a unique model that helps predict the lasting effects of environmental challenges on a plant’s genome and physical growth.
Scientists to Deploy Advances in 3D Imaging and Machine Learning to Predict the Effect of Rising CO<sub>2</sub> Levels on Crops, ST. LOUIS, MO, September 4, 2019 – Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are higher than at any point in the past 800,000 years and in 2017, the global average amount of CO2 hit a new record: 405 parts per million, according to a report issued by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Association. A unique interdisciplinary collaboration between scientists at the Donald Danforth
(Nature) The Lost Art of Looking at Plants
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(nature)-the-lost-art-of-looking-at-plants
Advances in genomics and imaging are reviving a fading discipline
(Nature) The Lost Art of Looking at Plants, Advances in genomics and imaging are reviving a fading discipline READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(Washington University in St. Louis) Rusted root: Weedy rice repeatedly evolves ‘cheater’ root traits
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(washington-university-in-st.-louis)-rusted-root-weedy-rice-repeatedly-evolves-cheater-root-traits
Danforth Center Principal Investigator Chris Topp and researchers from Washington University in St. Louis used a new imaging technique to reveal a takeover strategy that has worked for weedy rice: roots that minimize below-ground contact with other plants.
(Washington University in St. Louis) Rusted root: Weedy rice repeatedly evolves ‘cheater’ root traits, Danforth Center Principle Investigator Chris Topp and researchers from Washington University in St. Louis used a new imaging technique to reveal a takeover strategy that has worked for weedy rice: roots that minimize below-ground contact with other plants. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
Seeing the Unseen
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/seeing-the-unseen
Bridging the Imaging Gap in Plant Science
Seeing the Unseen , The Danforth Center looks to unique imaging platforms to better understand, in imaging, robotics and plant cell imaging is underway and will continue to grow rapidly over the next decade. Real-time imaging can assist plant science research in a non-destructive manner and gather data, growth and physiology. A variety of approaches employ imaging to improve and accelerate scientific, -hand how advanced imaging technologies are bridging the gaps between fundamental science
(St. Louis Business Journal) U.S. Firms Built Technology Behind the Rio Olympics: TechFlash 7 Things
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(st.-louis-business-journal)-u.s.-firms-built-technology-behind-the-rio-olympics-techflash-7-things
Valent BioSciences Corporation and the Danforth Center have finalized a multi-year agreement.
(St. Louis Business Journal) U.S. Firms Built Technology Behind the Rio Olympics: TechFlash 7 Things, Valent BioSciences Corporation and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center have finalized a multi-year agreement that will allow the two to use advanced imaging technology to produce real-time gathering of plant root-growth data in a non-destructive manner. Essentially, that means scientists can now gather data without removing plants from the ground. Read more here. , (Collection