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Preparing for the Experience of a Lifetime

Three years ago, if someone would have told me that you would be going to Uganda for the summer, I would have thought they were crazy. — Dad The sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean. This semester, I...

April 16 to April 22: Learning and Teaching

By definition, a researcher is one who dedicates their career to learning, exploring, asking questions and finding answers. At the Noble Research Institute, these life-long learners also enjoy...

A Razorback's Home Run

Major League Baseball's official season has begun, and I'm ashamed to say I know very little about the sport even though it's the All-American game and there's a legacy of love for it in my family....

On Being a "Brat" and a Biology Nerd

I discovered my interest in science in Mr. Hunter's 10th grade biology class at Lakenheath High School, the school at a U.S. Air Force base in England where I lived at the time. In biology class we...

April 9 to April 15: Oh the Heights Researchers Go

Last week took Noble Research Institute researchers to the fields and laboratories – even to the tree tops. Here's a quick look. Follow #everyNoblestory on Instagram and Twitter to see the latest...

April 2 to April 8: Growth and Golgi Bodies

From under the microscope, to the field, to the sky, the Noble Research Institute approaches agricultural research from various angles. Here's a quick look at a few of those angles from this week....

March 26 to April 1: Georgia Pecans, Louisiana Tall Fescue and Oklahoma Cattle

The researchers traveled the country this week in their quest to advance agriculture. Here's a few quick views of what they were up to. Follow #everyNoblestory on Instagram and Twitter to see the...

March 19 to March 25: Spring, National Ag Day and Limitations

The nation celebrated agriculture and all who produce the food and fiber products we need for everyday life, Tuesday, March 21, as part of the 2017 National Ag Day Agriculture: Food for Life. At the...

Happy Calving Season!

It's my favorite time of year. Brand new baby calves take their first steps into the world, and it's a beautiful thing. I still remember the first one I watched, and I've been hooked on it ever...

March 12 to March 18: A "Masked Bandit," Pecan Patience and Green Cells

Spring has sprung in southern Oklahoma. Noble Research Institute researchers have full schedules keeping up with all the springtime activities related to crop and livestock production. Here's a quick...