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(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Partnership benefits students, biotech initiative
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by Steve Giegerich, St. Louis Post-Dispatch A machinist by trade, Dave Busby puzzled over the biotechnology positions that popped up after he listed "technician" as the key word in the Internet job search he launched during the summer of 2008. "I ...
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Partnership benefits students, biotech initiative , By Steve Giegerich, St. Louis Post-Dispatch A machinist by trade, Dave Busby puzzled over the biotechnology, in a new direction along with the program that made it possible — a breakthrough St. Louis Community, are not unusual. But the one forged between St. Louis Community College and the BioResearch, competition St. Louis faces from other regions that have made biotech an economic priority. Those
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Scientists pursue a cleaner way to produce life-saving opiate treatments
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Toni Kutchan and Megan Augustin spoke with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about their most recent discovery for producing a life-saving opiate antidote more sustainably and at a lower cost. Read the article to learn about the decades-long research that went into this exciting discovery.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Scientists pursue a cleaner way to produce life-saving opiate treatments, Toni Kutchan and Megan Augustin spoke with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about their most recent discovery for producing a life-saving opiate antidote more sustainably and at a lower cost. Read the article to learn about the decades-long research that went into this exciting discovery. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Danforth Plant Center to expand with $70 million grant
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By Georgina Gustin The Danforth Foundation's last major grant — $70 million — will go to the Danforth Plant Science Center, the foundation announced this morning. The grant is to "accelerate the center's ascent as the world's leading independent pl ...
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Danforth Plant Center to expand with $70 million grant, By Georgina, . "St. Louis, in my opinion, should never settle for being just another Rust Belt city. ... We should, of millions, to causes and efforts in the St. Louis area and beyond. In 2003 — by which time, to the Post-Dispatch's editorial page an instruction from his father: "He said the foundation wasn't supposed, accessible to pedestrians, offer more activities and expand onto the East St. Louis riverfront
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Merger Puts Spotlight on Monsanto's Charitable Giving
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“Yes, Monsanto has been a terrific supporter over the years, but we receive support from a whole host of companies including Monsanto’s competitors,” said Sam Fiorello, chief operating officer at the Danforth Center. “I’m optimistic that we won’t see any significant negative impacts of this,” he said of the region.
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Merger Puts Spotlight on Monsanto's Charitable Giving, For decades, Monsanto and its charitable fund have funneled millions of dollars into communities and education programs in St. Louis and around the world. The company’s name adorns the buildings of many prominent local institutions such as the Missouri Botanical Garden’s research facility, the St. Louis Zoo’s, , Monsanto provided $2 million to construct the St. Louis Science Center’s GROW exhibit, which opened
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Leadership, not money, was heart of Danforth Foundation's impact
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BY DAVID NICKLAUS The Danforth Foundation, a leading actor in St. Louis philanthropy for decades, is making its curtain call. Its final act, a $70 million gift to the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, is drawing rave reviews, but we can't watc ...
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Leadership, not money, was heart of Danforth Foundation's impact, BY DAVID NICKLAUS The Danforth Foundation, a leading actor in St. Louis philanthropy for decades, feeling a sense of loss. The foundation has seeded many important efforts in St. Louis, not just, risky enterprises," says David Luckes, president of the Greater St. Louis Community Foundation, ' portfolio has been a success. The Vashon Compact, a foundation-funded effort to fix St. Louis' public
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Architects are playing a role in fitness in the workplace
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BY CYNTHIA BILLHARTZ GREGORIAN • cbillhartz@post-dispatch.com > 314-340-8114 Uma Sagaram figures he uses the elevator about 10 percent of the time when traveling from floor to floor at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur. " ...
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Architects are playing a role in fitness in the workplace, BY CYNTHIA BILLHARTZ GREGORIAN • cbillhartz@post-dispatch.com > 314-340-8114 Uma Sagaram figures he uses the elevator about 10 percent of the time when traveling from floor to floor at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur. "If I'm only going one or two floors, I take the stairs," said the post-doctoral research fellow. "They're more easily accessible." The sleek metal and wood
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) McDonnell new chair at Danforth Center
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John McDonnell, the former chairman of McDonnell Douglas Corp., is the new chairman of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) McDonnell new chair at Danforth Center, John McDonnell, the former chairman of McDonnell Douglas Corp., is the new chairman of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur. McDonnell, a trustee and vice chairman of the not-for-profit research institute, succeeds Dr. William Danforth, who has been named the center's founding chairman. Danforth, chancellor emeritus of Washington University and chairman of the BioStL Coalition, has served as the center's
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Sugarcane research company to open North American headquarters in St. Louis
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The world’s largest sugarcane technology company selects BRDG Park
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Sugarcane research company to open North American headquarters in St. Louis, The world’s largest sugarcane technology company selects BRDG Park READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Post Dispatch Opinion Page) Loyal sons: Danforth Foundation 'dared' St. Louis to be at its very best
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The Editorial Board | The Danforth Foundation announced last week that it will spend down its remaining assets by making a $70 million gift to the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center. It then will wind up its affairs and close its doors by the end ...
(St. Louis Post Dispatch Opinion Page) Loyal sons: Danforth Foundation 'dared' St. Louis, a great St. Louis legacy spanning three generations and 84 years. The foundation was begun in 1927, doctor and longtime chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis, assumed the board presidency, returned to private life in St. Louis after a distinguished career in politics, including three terms, the Rev. Lawrence Biondi, president of St. Louis University. “The foundation’s legacy of philanthropic
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis Region’s Plant Science Ecosystem is Flourishing
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St. Louis is home to the world’s largest concentration of plant scientists, and more than 750 plant and medical science organizations are based here. Our region has a trained, skilled workforce thanks to its many academic institutions — and a collection of other core assets that make our community attractive for companies.

(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) St. Louis Region’s Plant Science Ecosystem is Flourishing, Commentary, St. Louis as the location for its North American research facility. St. Louis went head-to-head, for St. Louis; it underscores the fact that our region has firmly established its position, Center. St. Louis is home to the world’s largest concentration of plant scientists, and more, and strategic leadership to support bioscience growth in our region. St. Louis’ reputation for having