Illinois State researcher gets funding to develop pennycress genetic resources

In Illinois, Illinois State Associate Professor of Genetics John Sedbrook is collaborating on a $1 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture...

Phylos Bioscience Creates Largest Genomic Database of Marijuana in the World

In Oregon, Phylos Bioscience has sequenced the DNA of thousands of marijuana samples from around the world creating the largest genomic database of marijuana...

Poof! Food magically made from microbes and electricity

In Finland, researchers concocted a recipe for food using water, carbon dioxide, microbes, and electricity. So can this Franken-food be mass produced and solve...

Sound Meets Science in Tracking Pesky Coconut Beetle

In Hawaii, researchers at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu are using sound to track the movements and migration of the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle....

Researchers make U.S. history with first human gene editing

In Oregon, researchers at the Oregon Health and Science University have made history by being the first ones to create genetically modified human embryos...

When Freezing Isn’t Freezing Enough – UNM Has New Nitrogen Tanks to Better Preserve...

In New Mexico, an expanded and better protected biological material repository has opened up at the University of New Mexico’s Division of Genomic Resources...

Trimble Dimensions Integrates Three Platforms into One, Trimble Ag Software

In Colorado, Trimble Dimensions has integrated three of its platforms, Connected Farm, Farm Works Software and Agri-Data Solutions, into one solution, Trimble Ag Software....

uBiome Awards Grant to Study Pregnant Women Genomics and Preterm Birth

In Massachusetts, Dr. Olaf Bodamer from Boston Children’s Hospital, who is known in pediatrics, biochemistry and human and molecular genetics, is using a newly...

Coming Soon to a Store Near You – Genetically Modified Cashmere Sweaters?

In China, scientists have used a genetic editing technique to change a single gene in goats resulting in yes, you heard right, better cashmere...

Magic mushrooms gene cluster save themselves

In Ohio, researchers found that psilocybin, the chemical that gives mushrooms hallucinogenic effects, actually serves a purpose for the mushrooms themselves. They analyzed three...

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