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St. Louis Wins Competitive Search to Land Major Player in Ag Industry
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Region’s Plant Science Ecosystem Provides Key Resources for KWS Gateway Research Center 
St. Louis Wins Competitive Search to Land Major Player in Ag Industry, Region’s Plant Science Ecosystem Provides Key Resources for KWS Gateway Research Center ST. LOUIS, MO, JUNE 16, 2014 – On the five year anniversary of the opening of the BioResearch and Development Growth (BRDG) Park, KWS SAAT AG (ISIN: DE0007074007), one of the world’s leading seed companies with sales in more than 70 countries, has announced that, after an exhaustive site selection search in dozens of cities, including
(UMSL Daily) REU internship at Danforth Center has UMSL student researching oilseed lipids for biofuels
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Lauren Jenkins was one of 20 students out of 237 applicants to land a summer position at the facility.
(UMSL Daily) REU internship at Danforth Center has UMSL student researching oilseed lipids for biofuels, Lauren Jenkins was one of 20 students out of 237 applicants to land a summer position at the facility. Read more., (Collection), (Collection)
Sustainable Solutions Through Plant Science
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Plant science has the potential to generate discoveries that can yield more food and energy for people while preserving our planet’s environment.
Sustainable Solutions Through Plant Science, By the year 2050, agriculture will need to produce 50 percent more food globally, and 100 percent more in developing countries to feed a population predicted to reach nine billion. There is not enough land, water or soil to grow the food we will need without new discoveries. Over 38 percent of the ice-free land on Earth is already used for agriculture and the vast majority of remaining land is largely unsuitable for agriculture. It takes
Announcing New Research to Address Global Food Security and the Sustainability of Coastal Golf Courses
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The Danforth Center’s mission to improve the human condition through plant science directly translates to addressing the food security and sustainability challenges in our world.
? “The amount of agricultural land in the world is finite, and we’ve mostly used it,” said, is leading the collaboration with USGA. “If we need to feed more people, plowing up land is not an option. It’s a question of trying to figure out how to use crummy land. If you can keep crops growing on (salty) soil, then you’ve expanded your agricultural land.” Soil salinization is a hot topic – in 2014, over 150 million acres of irrigated land — roughly the size of France — was spoiled
In from the Wild: Global Inventory Project Targets Wild Perennials for Food
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Agriculture is the world’s largest ecosystem and the leading cause of biodiversity loss. Dr. Allison Miller and her team want to change that through their work with perennial crops. 
, a collaboration of The Land Institute (Salina, KS), Missouri Botanical Garden, Saint Louis University, ), a perennial relative of wheat, growing at The Land Institute (Salina, KS, .). Scientists from The Land Institute visit the Danforth Center in October 2018 as part of the Global
Chicago Tribune: A plant of last resort
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Biocassava a meal ticket for famine-stricken East Africa By Greg Burns October 1, 2011 The terrible famine in East Africahas many causes, but one of the least appreciated involves a staple in the diet of 800 million people worldwide. Cassava root ...
in a land afflicted with poverty, drought and warfare. Mankind has a solution. It's growing
Danforth Plant Science Center nets two hundred thousand Bank of America award
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center was given an award this week from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
the world's need to feed a growing population without increasing available land resources. Danforth
Small Farmers Are the Answer
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Small Farmers Are the Answer By: Bill Gates On May 24, I’ll be giving a speech in Washington, D.C . to draw attention to farming families in the developing world and the important role they play in cutting hunger and poverty. I need your help in mak ...
people are small farmers. They get their food and income farming small plots of land. These farming, the most out of their land. So they work hard, but they get no traction, and more often than
The New York Times: Engineering Food for All
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OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR By NINA V. FEDOROFF FOOD prices are at record highs and the ranks of the hungry are swelling once again. A warming climate is beginning to nibble at crop yields worldwide. The United Nations predicts that there will be one to thre ...
of agriculture have all increased the amount of food that can be grown on each acre of land by as much
On the way to a Green Economy
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Farmers may hold the key. Watch this video from Ending Hunger to understand why small-scale farmers may hold the key to saving our Earth, and think about how we can help farmers to grow food more sustainably. Forecasts show we will need 60 percent ...
green, we have to start by supporting farmers. They grow the crops, raise the livestock, manage the land