The Science in Our Food
The Center’s facilities serve as regional, national and international resources
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Danforth Center Contributes TechShop Memberships
District Teachers and Students to Benefit
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Danforth Center Expands Major Research Program to Benefit Farmers in the Developing World
Sorghum is an ideal crop to meet the predicted doubling of global demand for food and fuel by 2050 with less impact on the environment.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Scientists crack the genetic code determining leaf shape in cotton
Discovery opens the door to producing cotton varieties ideally suited for agriculture
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
NRGene and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Assemble a Second Maize Reference Genome
Next-generation Mapping used to Improve the Maize reference Genome
International Collaboration Receives Grant to Advance Improvements in Cassava Harvests and Nutrition for Smallholder Families in Sub-Saharan Africa
Virus-resistant and nutritionally-enhanced Cassava for Africa.
Wednesday, December 07, 2016
St. Louis County Executive Unveils 39 North AgTech District
St. Louis County will have a new AgTech innovation district to build on the area’s leadership position in this field and to attract startups and AgTech companies from around the world.
Tuesday, December 06, 2016
TechAccel and Danforth Plant Science Center Announce Strategic Partnership to Advance Ag Innovation to Meet Global Challenges
$250,000 Grant Will Provide Capital to Advance and Commercialize Projects
Tuesday, November 01, 2016
Danforth Plant Science Center Develops Versatile Field Phenotyping to Benefit Farmers
Solar-powered PheNode is set for investment stage.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Discovery of Carbon Storage Signaling Mechanism in Algae Offers New Potential for Sustainable Biofuel Production
Algae with altered intracellular signaling have increased oil yields.
Wednesday, October 05, 2016
$4.6 Million NSF Grant Will Help Missouri-Led Team Study Grafting as a Way to Adapt Crops to Climate Change
Missouri collaboration focuses on understanding how root systems of grapevines affect the vine’s stems, leaves and fruits.