Dr. Peter Cousins, grape breeder at E. & J. Gallo Winery in California, will lecture on grapevine research as a part of the biology department’s seminar series. Cousins’ presentation will focus on the application of modern biotechnology to the sustainable cultivation of grapevine at E. & J. Gallo Winery. He will also discuss internship and job opportunities for science majors at the world’s largest grape and wine company.
The lecture will take place Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. in Temple Hall, Room 003.
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Saint Louis University has been awarded a $4.6 million grant by the National Science Foundation to lead a Missouri-based team of researchers – including Dr. Laszlo Kovacs – in understanding how root systems of grapevines affect the vine’s stems, leaves and fruits — the parts of perennial plants used most commonly in food production.
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There’s an environmental component to the research of amphibians and fish. By studying these animals and their behaviors and environments, we can understand what threats and harmful contaminants might exist.
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The Ozarks are well-known for their lush forests and beautiful landscapes. But, have you ever wondered the names of certain trees? There are several easy identifying marks you can use to figure it out. “Once you have a leaf, the next step is figuring out if it is simple or compound,” said Dr. Michelle Bowe, […]
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