Tag: Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

Founded in 1998, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is a not-for-profit research institute with a mission to improve the human condition through plant science. Research, education and outreach aim to have impact at the nexus of food security and the environment, and position the St. Louis region as a world center for plant science.

The Center’s work is funded through competitive grants from many sources, including the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Learn more about the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center at www.danforthcenter.org.

Conversations: Big Ideas 2.0

Join the Danforth Center on Thursday, March 7 to see three teams of scientists present their best new ideas to address big challenges in agriculture and the environment in a friendly...

Innovation Hall to Open Doors to the Public at Kinesis Afterparty

Celebrate this Friday, November 9th with cocktails, art, music and more.

The Ag Innovation Showcase looks to the Future of Farming and Food

The St. Louis Danforth Plant Center brings together innovators from all walks of the agricultural industry to address the farming's greatest challenges and opportunities.

St. Louis AgTech Accelerator Growing into Global Influencer

The Yield Lab, a pioneer AgTech Accelerator, is building a network that extends far beyond St. Louis into Europe and LATAM.

St. Louis Has “Agglomeration” In AgTech, According To A Brookings Report, And That’s A...

A report from the Brookings Institution looks at regional economic strategies surrounding industry clusters, and highlights the work of BioSTL, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, and the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, as examples of organizations that are currently getting it right.

Danforth Center Awarded $16MM to Enhance Sorghum for Bioenergy

The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, one of the world’s largest independent plant science institutes, has been awarded a $16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).About The...
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Conceiving Cortex: Cortex Special Feature, Chapter 1, 2000-2002

When it comes to Cortex's origins, it's like those of most startups: It all started with someone noticing a need, and jumping to fill it.
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St. Louis’ Plant Science Innovation District to Be Called 39 North

St. Louis County will have a new AgTech innovation district to build on the area's leadership position in the field and to attract startups and AgTech companies from around the world. And it has a new name.

6 Startup Events You Can’t Miss This Week

We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here!1...

6 Startup Events You Can’t Miss this Week

We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here!Podcasting...

Cliff Holekamp: Startup Founder, Educator, Connector, Evangelist

As co-founder and general partner at Cultivation Capital, director of the Entrepreneurship Platform at Olin Business School and senior lecturer in and academic director for Entrepreneurship at Washington University, Cliff Holekamp...

8 Startup Events You Can’t Miss This Week

We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here! 1 Million Cups Wednesday,...

8 Startup Events You Can’t Miss This Week

We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here! Savvy Coders...

8 Startup Events You Can’t Miss This Week

We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here!Free Savvy...

5 Startup Events You Can’t Miss This Week

We’ve gathered some of the best events from all over the city to mark on your calendars. If you have events you’d like to see on EQ’s calendar, submit them here!Savvy Coders...

TechShop Sees Success with National Partnerships

We're still months away from the opening of TechShop St. Louis, but take a drive down Forest Park Avenue and you'll see progress is being made. Our location spans 18,000 square feet on...
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International Affair

How BioSTL's team is building a relationship with Israel's startups to grow St. Louis' ecosystem.

Third Annual Arcus Awards Honor Area Leaders, Companies

At the third annual Arcus Awards this evening, The St. Louis Regional Chamber showed appreciation for those making St. Louis a more attractive place to live, work and invest.  Presented by Rubin Brown, the...
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How Tom Brutnell Balances Research and Application

As the global population increases, agricultural yields must increase to feed the world’s population. Compounding the explosive population growth is the decreasing available tillable land [as subdivisions and industrial parks expand...

Disrupting Lighting with Plant Genomics and Alexander Krichevsky

Alexander Krichevsky is founder of Bioglow, a biotech company working on plants as alternatives to electricity-consuming light sources.

Growing The Biosciences in the St. Louis Region

The St. Louis region is currently home to more than 700 bioscience companies employing about 16,500 scientists and staff and the world’s largest concentration of plant science Ph.D.s. This growth has...

7 Startup Events You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

This week is packed with great events you can't miss: Demo days, networking opportunities and TEDx Catalyst—schedule your week accordingly.

7 Reasons to Attend Startup Connection

St. Louis' biggest startup event of the year happens November 18. Here's why you should be there.

Yield Lab grows next crop of AgTech startups

Yield Lab, a St. Louis-based accelerator for Agricultural Technology companies founded in 2014, recently wrapped its first cohort in September. Seven companies went through the nine-month program, which Program Director Matt Plummer declared a resounding success.

The Inclusion Initiative: Identifying Road Blocks and Working to Overcoming them

A year after the Inclusion Initiative launched, we check in with program director Cheryl Watkins-Moore about roadblocks, innovation and what's coming up next.

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