Past Events

Events

Can a family use lignocellulosic biomass to meet their nutritional needs after a global catastrophe?

Niroshan Siva, Penn State University

108 Wartik Building
University Park

Climate Adaptation in the Anthropocene: Challenges and Opportunities for Restoration and Conservation

Jill Hamilton, Penn State University

108 Wartik Building
University Park

Gene editing and allele mining reveal multifaceted roles of rice Gα proteins in plant architecture and drought stress response

Christian Cantos, Penn State University

108 Wartik Building
University Park

Fungal Plant Breeding for Increased Seed Yield: What lessons can we learn?

Matthew Sheltra, Penn State University

108 Wartik Building
University Park

A "Sweet" of Expression: A Gene Expression Atlas for the Chocolate Tree (Theobroma cacao)

Evelyn Kulesza & Patrick Thomas, Penn State University

108 Wartik Building
University Park

Root multi-omics clarifies N-uptake strategies of woody plants during belowground competition

Suzanne Fleishman, SCINet Postdoc, USDA-ARS Genomics and Bioinformatics Unit

108 Wartik
University Park

Conserving Genetic Diversity of Plant Species Using Genetic Data, Simulations, and Effective Population Size

Sean Hoban, Morton Arboretum

108 Wartik Building
University Park

Learning the Languages of Chloroplasts Through Time and Space

Barry Pogson, Australian National University

108 Wartik
University Park

Regulation of Nitrogen Acquisition by Peptide Hormones

Sonali Roy, Tennessee State University

108 Wartik Building
University Park

Grass Evo-Devo: Growth Suppression and Ancient Genetic Programs in Grass Sex Determination

Madelaine Bartlett, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

108 Wartik Building
University Park