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NCSB Researchers featured in Mizzou Engineering Magazine

 

SoyKB, a premier soybean database, and several NCSB researchers associated with the database were recently featured in Mizzou Engineering Magazine.

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SoyKB: Bringing the Big Picture Forward

 

A new database called the "Soybean Knowledge Base" (SoyKB) has been developed to help researchers analyze and interpret "Big Data" sets that are being generated using today's technology. NCSB scientists from several NCSB member labs, including the Xu lab, Stacey Lab, and Nguyen Lab, contributed to the development of SoyKB.

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New Missouri Soybean Center

 

The University of Missouri soybean community has recently developed the Missouri Soybean Center, with a focus on, “Promoting and enhancing Missouri soybean research, teaching and extension to address current and future challenges facing the soybean industry.” Photo Credit: Kyle Spradley.

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The Newest Member of NCSB

 

Dr. Andrew Scaboo joins the NCSB and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources’ Division of Plant Sciences as Assistant Research Professor for soybean breeding. Photo credit: Missouri Soybean Association.

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Finding flood-tolerant soybean varieties

 

Dr. Grover Shannon, a member of the NCSB, is on the quest for flood tolerant soybeans.

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High Oleic Soybean Patent Issued

 

NCSB Researchers at the University of Missouri create a high oleic soybean. This new technology has now been patented.

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Dr. Henry Nguyen named Curators Professor

 

Dr. Henry Nguyen, a member of the NCSB, was recently named as a 2015 Curators Professor, the University of Missouri’s highest and most prestigious rank.

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Upcoming Events

 

Division of Plant Sciences Seminar Series
Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m.
200 Waters Hall
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Interdisciplinary Plant Group (IPG) Seminar Series
Mondays at 3:30 p.m.
Monsanto Auditorium,
Bond Life Sciences Center
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