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March 5 to March 11: Breakfast at Sunrise, Tall Fescue and Root Cells

Here's a quick look at what went on in research at the Noble Research Institute last week. Follow #everyNoblestory on Instagram and Twitter to see the latest updates. 1 Tuesday, March 7 Proud...

Feb. 26 to March 4: Cell Video, Alfalfa Field and OSU Visit

Here's a quick look at what went on in research at the Noble Research Institute last week. Follow #everyNoblestory on Instagram and Twitter to see the latest updates. 1 Tuesday, Feb. 28 Doppler...

5 Resources on Invasive Species

Groups across the nation are celebrating National Invasive Species Awareness Week this week, Feb. 27 through March 3. An invasive species is a plant, animal or other organism that is nonnative to the...

Last Week in Noble Research: To Space, India and the Ranch

Noble Research Institute researchers work toward agricultural advancements for the benefit of farmers, ranchers and consumers in the Southern Great Plains and beyond – perhaps even to outer space one...

Last Week in Noble Research: Valentine's Cells, Lunch and Frost Recovery

Here's a quick look at a few of the many research activities from last week at the Noble Research Institute. 1 Monday, Feb. 13 How do roots grow? We're learning more every day. Root cells of...

Welcome to Our Love County Research Ranches

Crisp fall leaves scatter across the wide open pastures in southern Oklahoma. The sun is just beginning to peek over the horizon and welcome a new day. Small pockets of steam rise up from huddled...

What Does Efficiency Mean to You?

That's the question our agricultural education services group is asking at the National Cattlemen's Beef Association 2017 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show. For the past five years, the...

So long, farewell

It would be an understatement to say that I will miss researching at the Noble Research Institute.

In love with Excel spreadsheets

As I reflect back on my summer, I realize how much technology makes my daily research not only possible but more efficient.

Fun with lasers

Microdissection is used when we want to examine the RNA or composition of a specific cell type that is difficult to separate normally.