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  Dr. David Huff and his team at Pennsylvania State University were featured in an article on Golf Course Industry's website that discusses Huff's discovery of a variety of turfgrass that has the… more
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  Congratulations to Dr. Amanda Hulse-Kemp on receiving the Herbert L. Rothbart Outstanding Early Career Research Scientist from the USDA! She serves on our Advisory Board for the… more
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  Dr. Marcelo Mollinari is a Senior Research Scholar at North Carolina State University working with the genetics of complex polyploids. He is the creator and maintainer of the R… more
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  Dr. Lindsay Clark is a Research Specialist in Life Sciences at HPCBio at the Roy J. Carver Biotechnology Center at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where she… more
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  Dr. Laura Shannon, a potato breeder involved in the polyploids project, published this research article on nitrogen uptake and utilization in red potato breeding lines. You can read the full… more
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  Today's Project Spotlight goes to Dr. Guilherme da Silva Pereira! Dr. da Silva Pereira is a biologist with a Ph.D. in Genetics and Plant Breeding from the University of São… more
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  One of our project partners, Dr. Greg Porter at the University of Maine was featured in this article for the research he and his team are conducting on developing potato varieties using new DNA-… more
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  Dr. Laura Shannon is a potato breeder involved with the Tools for Polyploids project and is an assistant professor of potato breeding genetics and genomics in the Department of… more
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  One of our turfgrass breeders, Dr. David Huff from Pennsylvania State University spoke at the Genomes of Animals & Plants Virtual Conference. You can view his recorded lecture by visiting this… more
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  Our first Project Spotlight goes to our project director, Dr. David Byrne! Dr. Byrne is also a professor of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University. He hopes this… more
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