Bringing Plant Science Discoveries to the Marketplace, September 2013

    For over a decade, new technologies like RNA (Ribonucleic Acid) silencing have been used to discover and investigate plant traits to improve crops. RNA silencing is a powerful tool within the plant scientist’s toolkit to understand how plants resist pests and diseases, produce valuable products and survive in diverse and changing environments. Join Dr. Jim Carrington, President of the Danforth Plant Science Center and Dr. Tom Adams, Vice President of Chemistry Technology at Monsanto as they discuss the impact that this science will have on the future of agriculture and the commercial marketplace.

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