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More Efficient Plants Ahead, Thanks to Genomic Technologies

Genomic technologies make it possible to tap into a plant’s natural abilities to grow more efficiently in drought, nutrient-limited environments and other challenging circumstances.

Developing Technologies to Better Measure Forage

Noble researchers are testing and improving technologies that can accurately measure forage in the field to predict forage biomass and quality.

Animal Tech That Could Help You Make Decisions on the Ranch

Precision livestock technologies collect, analyze and interpret a wide range of metrics on animals for the purpose of research, production, management or well-being.

From Pecans to Cattle, Kenneth Sees It All

A Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture had a busy July on the job. Kenneth Watkins had to balance his research projects with pecan and cattle conferences and more.

Cattlemen’s Leadership Academy Selects Braunagel, Hebbert

Noble Research Institute research assistant Brooks Braunagel and livestock consultant Caitlin Hebbert were selected to the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Leadership Academy (CLA) class 27.

Upcoming Seminar: Understanding Irrigation Systems, Technology

The Noble Research Institute will host Understanding Irrigation Systems and Technology for Pecans from 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Noble Research Institute Kruse Auditorium, located on the main campus in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

Summer at Noble Refreshes Young Scientist’s Perspective

2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Plant Science Liza Antonelli recounts the new lessons and perspectives she gained from mentors and peers during her summer exploring plant biology.

Time Summer Blaze to Better Winter Graze

2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Mason Blinson used her summer experiences to advance her interest in animal and plant interactions, including best timing of prescribed pasture burns.

A Diverse Summer: From Burning Pastures to Tagging Feral Hogs

2019 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture Amber Oerly describes a variety of summer activities: conducting prescribed burns, touring an agritourism farm and helping tag feral hogs.

Why Natural History Collections and Surveys Matter Today

Century-old plant samples in Oklahoma’s natural history collections help today’s researchers study ecosystem health, biodiversity, climate and more.