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- (soon) the standalone command line version of element and run it on your own data. Get Started, revisions. Now, the newest version of Element is available for online use in preparation for a new, be adjusted dynamically to give results greater or lesser granularity as desired.
- (St. Louis Beacon) Danforth event will examine growing world of bioinformatics
By David Baugher, special to the Beacon
The dynamic of man vs. machine has fascinated the world for decades, but the new science of bioinformatics and the explosion of information it will bring may present significant hurdles for both ...
- every six months and each new version generates maybe a hundred times more data than the last version
- (LiveScience) Algae May Hold Key to Origin of the Sexes
- A tiny, unassuming little alga may hold the secret to how the sexes evolved.
- (LiveScience) Algae May Hold Key to Origin of the Sexes,
by Tia Ghose, LiveScience
July 08, 2014 02:00 pm ET
A tiny, unassuming little alga may hold the secret to how the sexes evolved. A single gene that determines male or female sex in multicellular algae evolved from a more primitive version found in a single-celled ancestor that doesn't have sexes, according to a new, " mating type. In the multicellular V. carteri, males have their own version of the MID gene, whereas
- graphically online and downloaded to your computer for further use. Get Started News Version, version 2.0; however, the probes have now been mapped to the latest versions of the genomes. Diurnal
- (New Scientist) Cassava packs a protein punch with bean genes
- by Andy Coghlan
A DEADLY poison could save the lives of millions of African children, thanks to the discovery that cassava can be duped into turning about half of the cyanide it makes into extra protein.
Although cassava is a major source of carbo ...
- another version with extra protein from sweet potatoes that won't cause allergies. "We hope to launch
- (The New York Times) Food: Deal will Help Build a Better Cassava
- Articles by Donald G. Mcneil Jr.
Published: July 25, 2011
A roundabout deal for a tiny snippet of DNA that will help build a better cassava was announced recently by the Dow Chemical Company and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Loui ...
A version of this article appeared in print on July 26, 2011, on page D6 of the New York edition
- Research at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Featured in National Geographic Series, The Future of Food
- Research to improve agriculture productivity using cutting-edge technology at the Danforth Center is featured in the October issue of National Geographic.
- one-of-a-kind automated Bellwether Foundation Phenotyping Facility is featured in the on-line version
- The Plant Pulse February 25, 2011
- The Plant Pulse is a new feature of the Danforth Center Roots and Shoots Blog that will include a sampling of interesting stories about world hunger and malnutrition, food security, climate change, biofuels, agriculture, the environment, conferences ...
- . Below is an edited version of the conversation. Annual Global Status Report
- The Plant Pulse May 11, 2012
- Five questions with Beth Noonan
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
We have the research and the science at the Danforth Center, and BRDG is a post-incubator space, so there emerged this gap in terms of affordable space for companies in the county. We were a n ...
- The Plant Pulse May 11, 2012, Five questions with Beth Noonan
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
We have the research and the science at the Danforth Center, and BRDG is a post-incubator space, so there emerged this gap in terms of affordable space for companies in the county. We were a natural fit because we run an incubator program. This is just a specialized version.
Nature But with the world's population now at 7 billion and counting, the rejection of genetic