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Nitrogen Kick-Off Meeting, San Francisco
Nitrogen-tracking tools for better crops and less pollution
Audio Stanford, CA — As every gardner knows, nitrogen is crucial for a plant’s growth. But nitrogen absorption is inefficient. This means that on the scale of food crops, adding significant levels of nitrogen to the soil through fertilizer presents ...
Carnegie’s Chen recognized for contributions to plant science
Stanford, CA —Carnegie’s Li-Quing Chen, recipient of a Tansley Medal for Excellence in Plant Science, announced late last year, is honored with an editorial and minireview in New Phytologist this month. The journal’s Tansley medal is awarded each ...
Carnegie's Plant Biology Ranked Among Top 5 Places to Work by The Scientist
Each year, the journal The Scientist ranks academic research institutions across the US. This year, Plant Biology is among the top 5. We will make every effort to keep this place among the most attractive workplaces in academia, which means to ...
Plant cell architecture: Growth toward a light source
Audio Stanford, CA —Inside every plant cell, a cytoskeleton provides an interior scaffolding to direct construction of the cell’s walls, and thus the growth of the organism as a whole. Environmental and hormonal signals that modulate cell growth ...
International symposium celebrates 85th birthday of the Director emeritus of the Department of Plant Biology
Department of Plant Biology Retreat 11/1/2013
The Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Plant Biology is hosting it's first retreat in 9 years at the Tresidder Oak Room on Stanford campus November 1st from 9AM-8PM. The event will include a poster session, vision talks from all plant ...
Motility Enhancement through Surface Modification Is Sufficient for Cyanobacterial Community Organization during Phototaxis
Carnegie’s Rubén Rellán-Álvarez Receives Young Scientist Award
Washington, D.C.— Postdoctoral fellow, Rubén Rellán-Álvarez at the Department of Plant Biology has been awarded the prestigious Marschner Young Scientist Award by the International Plant Nutrition Colloquium. The award was established for “ ...
Clues in Coral Bleaching Mystery
Stanford, CA — Coral reefs are tremendously important for ocean biodiversity, as well as for the economic and aesthetic value they provide to their surrounding communities. Unfortunately they have been in great decline in recent years, much of it ...
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