Five Noble Research Institute employees share who they would have dinner with if they could have dinner with anyone from any time period.
Thousands of people visit the Noble Research Institute visit the Noble Research Institute each year. Wide-eyed students ready to conduct hands-on experiments. Agricultural producers eager to improve their operations. Visiting scientists, civic groups, teachers, the steady flow offers a familiar backseat to the organization’s rhythm.
Suresh Bhamidimarri, Ph.D., who leads the Noble Research Institute Forage Legumes and Cover Crops Breeding Laboratory, shares his recipe for mint-infused coconut rice.
Yuhong Tang, Ph.D., manager of the Noble Research Institute Genomics Core Facility, shares her recipe for Thai chicken curry, which has become a favorite among Noble employees.
In November we offered a preview of the ESM protocol to a number of food and beverage firms to seek feedback to incorporate into the final draft version of the methodology. We are teeing up another meeting with those corporate leaders in the spring of next year to share the final draft version of the protocol.
Noble Research Institute wildlife and fisheries consultant Will Moseley has been selected to serve on Society for Range Management Oklahoma Section Boards of Directors. He will serve for three years.
Chronic wasting disease attacks the brains of white-tailed deer, mule deer, elk, moose and caribou. Hunters can help reduce the spread of CWD in infected areas by eliminating practices that encourage deer-to-deer contact and participating in state-organized deer population reduction plans.
Being good stewards of antimicrobials is one way to ensure the drugs currently being used remain effective.
The Food Safety Modernization Act has resulted in a spotlight on the Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) program and its parallel for packers and processors, the Good Handling Practices (GHP) program. The purpose of these programs is to reduce, as much as possible, the chance of contamination on produce sold to consumers.
Genome editing is a new and promising technique that can help plant breeders more efficiently identify and build better tasting, higher yielding crops that are more resistant to pests and diseases and more tolerant of drought.