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Article ID: 709800

Benson Hill Biosystems Acquires Schillinger Genetics, Expanding High Quality Soybean Options

Benson Hill Biosystems

Benson Hill Biosystems, a crop improvement company unlocking the natural diversity of plants, announced today at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit that it has acquired the assets of Schillinger Genetics, also known as eMerge Genetics, an Iowa-based company currently delivering novel high-yielding, high-protein non-GMO soybean varieties.

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Rain gardens reduce urban runoff, protect environment

South Dakota State University

A rain garden filled with native shrubs and perennial grasses and flowers can both beautify your yard and protect the environment. Now residents can see how it works.

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Article ID: 709404

Genes that evolve from scratch expand protein diversity

University of Chicago Medical Center

A new study published in Nature Ecology and Evolution led by scientists from the University of Chicago challenges one of the classic assumptions about how new proteins evolve.

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Article ID: 709407

UF Researchers Develop Model to Help Keep Crop Seeds Healthy

University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences

The research team studied seed systems in Africa. Seed systems are composed of people and businesses that make seed available, and farmers who use that seed. As a result of the research, scientists developed a model that will help them find seed-borne pathogens and provides recommendations for how to stop the pathogens from spreading.

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