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(St. Louis Economic Development Partnership) The Missouri Ag Story
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St. Louis is home to the most plant scientists anywhere in the world, but it doesn’t stop there.
(St. Louis Economic Development Partnership) The Missouri Ag Story, St. Louis is home to the most plant scientists anywhere in the world, but it doesn’t stop there. Missouri’s strength in agricultural technology stretches all the way from the Missouri Botanical Garden in the city, to the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur and all the way to Mizzou’s renowned School of Agriculture. The Missouri ag assets are astounding and they keep growing. The St. Louis Economic Development
(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 people who are trying to build a biotech industry in St. Louis say they have been doing so, lab space. Many in St. Louis' startup community see it as an opportunity to provide something they say, , Maryland and elsewhere. And sometimes, they snatch companies from St. Louis. Sam Fiorello, executive, of the Danforth Plant Science Center. The company liked Danforth and St. Louis. It would have brought
(St. Louis Public Radio) Missouri Institutions To Share $20 Million Grant To Study Climate Change
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The National Science Foundation has awarded $20 million to academic and research institutions across Missouri to study climate change.
(St. Louis Public Radio) Missouri Institutions To Share $20 Million Grant To Study Climate Change, Research (EPSCoR) grants. In Missouri, the five-year grant will go to nine institutions, including five in St. Louis: the University of Missouri-Columbia; the Missouri University of Science and Technology, Danforth Plant Science Center; Washington University; the University of Missouri-St. Louis; Saint, to academic and research institutions across Missouri to study climate change. Five states, plus the U.S.
(Area Development) Israel-Based Evogene Establishes US Headquarters In St. Louis, Missouri
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Israeli biotechnology company Evogene will establish its United States headquarters at the Bio-Research & Development Growth Park in St. Louis, Missouri.
(Area Development) Israel-Based Evogene Establishes US Headquarters In St. Louis, Missouri, Israeli biotechnology company Evogene will establish its United States headquarters at the Bio-Research & Development Growth Park in St. Louis, Missouri. Evogene’s expansion includes a $1 million capital investment and is expected to create 15 new high-paying jobs in the next three years, of insect control. We are very proud to join BRDG Park and the innovative community in St. Louis. Being
(Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's News Release) Gov. Nixon joined by business leaders in St. Louis for MOSIRA bill-signing ceremony
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Act will encourage science and innovation investment in Missouri, Governor says November 9, 2011 ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Gov. Jay Nixon was at the Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis today for a ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 7, the Missouri Scie ...
(Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's News Release) Gov. Nixon joined by business leaders in St. Louis for MOSIRA bill-signing ceremony, Act will encourage science and innovation investment in Missouri, Governor says ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Gov. Jay Nixon was at the Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis today for a ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 7, the Missouri Science and Innovation, in the St. Louis region and throughout Missouri. Senate Bill 7 contains a clause stating that its
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Shorter winters across Missouri: Who wins, who loses?
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A combination of climate change and variations in weather patterns is causing winter to shorten.
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Shorter winters across Missouri: Who wins, who loses?, A combination of climate change and variations in weather patterns is causing winter to shorten. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Public Radio) Pennycress, a Common Weed in Missouri, Could be the Next Big Thing in Biofuel Innovation
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While the typical American may be considering how to use alternative fuel in the form of an electric car or investing in a “smart home” system, big industry is also looking for ways to reduce CO2 emissions through the use of alternative biofuels.
(St. Louis Public Radio) Pennycress, a Common Weed in Missouri, Could be the Next Big Thing in Biofuel Innovation, While the typical American may be considering how to use alternative fuel in the form of an electric car or investing in a “smart home” system, big industry is also looking for ways to reduce CO2 emissions through the use of alternative biofuels. While the promise of ethanol, researchers and businesses in St. Louis are looking for other biofuels that could meet the needs
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Missouri researchers study golf course grass to address agricultural challenges
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Scientists at the Danforth Center are studying golf course grasses to understand how to make plants more tolerant to saltier soils. Salty soils are continually increasing, and result in billions of dollars in production losses each year. 
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Missouri researchers study golf course grass to address agricultural challenges, Scientists at the Danforth Center are studying golf course grasses to understand how to make plants more tolerant to saltier soils. Salty soils are continually increasing, and result in billions of dollars in production losses each year. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(Greenhouse Management) A Look Inside Plants
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PET scans and X-rays can improve our understanding of plants, say researchers at two St. Louis, Missouri, institutions.
(Greenhouse Management) A Look Inside Plants, PET scans and X-rays can improve our understanding of plants, say researchers at two St. Louis, Missouri, institutions. Read More, (Collection), (Collection)
(Microscopy and Analysis) Danforth Center: A passion for plants
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Founded in 1998, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is a not-for-profit scientific facility located in St Louis, Missouri, United States, with a mission to "improve the human condition through plant science".
(Microscopy and Analysis) Danforth Center: A passion for plants, Founded in 1998, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is a not-for-profit scientific facility located in St Louis, Missouri, United States, with a mission to "improve the human condition through plant science". Read More, (Collection), (Collection)