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Information Technology
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Information Technology, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr YouTube, Technology NamePhoneFaxEmailTitle Vincent Abernathy 314-587-1099 314-587-1199 vabernathy@danforthcenter.org Director, Information Technology Timothy Belfield 314-587-1026, Jeremy Tate 314-587-1296 314-587-1396 jtate@danforthcenter.org Information Technology
Information Technology
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Information Technology, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram, Directory Information Technology NamePhoneFaxEmailTitle Vincent Abernathy 314-587-1099 314-587-1199 vabernathy@danforthcenter.org Director, Information Technology, Information Technology Security Manager Alex Tosspon 587-1028 atosspon@danforthcenter.org
Technology Transfer
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Technology Transfer, Home Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Flickr, Innovation District Plan Unveiled Technology Transfer Technology Licensing Opportunities Available Title Lead Inventor(s) US App/ Patent No. Technology Reference, DDPSC0074* * Technology Brochure available Contact Claire S. Kinlaw, PhD Director
New Hire to Advance Technology Transfer
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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is pleased to announce Erica Fishel, Ph.D.; as director of technology transfer.
New Hire to Advance Technology Transfer, The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is pleased to announce Erica Fishel, Ph.D.; as director of technology transfer as of August 19, 2014. In this role, Fishel will focus on expanding the Center’s intellectual property and technology transfer programs, agriculture and people worldwide,” said Fishel. She will provide expertise for technology, additional aspects of technology transfer. Fishel will act as a liaison between scientific staff
TechAccel Invests in Unique Sprayable RNAi Pesticide Technology
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First “Path to Commercialization” Grant Awarded to Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
TechAccel Invests in Unique Sprayable RNAi Pesticide Technology, KANSAS CITY, MO.—September 11, 2017—TechAccel, the Kansas City-based technology and venture development company, today announced, . Louis, MO. The $60,000 grant will fund a project to demonstrate a sprayable technology to apply RNA interference (or RNAi) technology in a biopesticide targeting the Diamondback moth. The Diamondback, will support a new platform technology applied to one of the world’s worst insect pests,” said Michael
(Science) Plant Scientists: GM Technology is Safe
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Danforth Center scientists Rebecca Bart and Noah Fahlgren are among the authors of the letter published in the journal Science
(Science) Plant Scientists: GM Technology is Safe, The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) “supports the continued responsible use of genetic engineering… as an effective tool for advancing food security and reducing the negative environmental impacts of agriculture” (1). A recent petition advocating the ASPB position collected more than 1400 signatories from the plant science community, technology for crops is safe and effective, and future use should be guided by scientific evidence
Edison Agrosciences Licenses Technology from the Danforth Center
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/todd-mockler/lab-news/edison-agrosciences-licenses-technology-from-the-danforth-center
New Software provides an Alternative Method for Identifying Relevant Genes
Edison Agrosciences Licenses Technology from the Danforth Center , New Software provides, for the production of plant-based industrial materials, has licensed technology from the Donald, to be able to utilize technology developed by the Danforth Center to enhance our ability to identify genes of interest and speed technology development,” according to Tom Christensen, Edison’s CEO. The licensed technology includes HAYSTACK software developed by a team of scientists at the Danforth
CRISPR: Using precision technology to benefit people and the planet
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Efficient and customizable genome editing tool
CRISPR: Using precision technology to benefit people and the planet, Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats, or CRISPR is the hallmark of a bacterial defense system that forms the basis for CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing technology. This efficient and customizable method has the ability to target multiple genes simultaneously, an advantage that sets it apart from other gene editing, in the science community. CRISPR genome editing technology is powerful in the sense it allows
(MIT Technology Review) The Next Great GMO Debate
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James Carrington, Ph.D., president of the Danforth Center discusses modifying crops with RNA instead of through their genes. 
(MIT Technology Review) The Next Great GMO Debate, The Colorado potato beetle is a voracious eater. The insect can chew through 10 square centimeters of leaf a day, and left unchecked it will strip a plant bare. But the beetles I was looking at were doomed. The plant they were feeding on—bright, this same technology, Monsanto now thinks it has hit on an alternative to conventional genetically, the technology. The appeal is that it offers control over genes without modifying a plant’s genome
(Farm Press) Agricultural technology ‘absolutely essential’ to meet world food needs
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With total food demand expected to increase by 70 percent in just under 40 years, and food prices forecast to rise as much as 100 percent, there is “enormous opportunity” for innovation and investment in agricultural technology, according to a recently published white paper from the Kauffman Foundation and the Danforth Center.
(Farm Press) Agricultural technology ‘absolutely essential’ to meet world food needs, by Hembree, technology will be absolutely essential to meet this goal.' With total food demand expected, , there is “enormous opportunity” for innovation and investment in agricultural technology, according, in agricultural technology in order to increase food productuion while minimizing environmental impact, technology “will be absolutely essential to meet this goal,” he says. The key question, the study says