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Thank Ag for Picnics

Agriculture plays a major role in all aspects of our lives. It's more than just the food we eat. Take the typical all-American picnic basket. It is filled with fruit, sandwiches and homemade dessert...

Jason Bradley: From Fighter Jets to Farm Finances

Jason Bradley is someone who understands the true meaning of the word "busy." In his early 30s, he is already a veteran of the U.S. Navy and a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he recently...

Working for Tomorrow

Our founder Lloyd Noble was a visionary. At 24 years old, Noble launched an energy exploration company without a single day's experience. The untamed sector was littered with dry holes and broken...

Singin' in the Rain

You never forget the moment you meet the love of your life. For me, a drizzly June morning three years back turned out to be more than just the day of our company softball tournament. On that...

Today's Lessons. Tomorrow's Leaders.

Noble Academy supports teachers and the next generation of problem-solvers.

The Art of Agriculture

The Noble Research Institute and Goddard Center collaborate on an art show as the 70th anniversary celebration nears its end.

More Space for Sunshine and Smiles

A new building enables the Sunshine Industries Adult Day Services program to grow, thanks in part to the Noble Research Institute.

Jin Nakashima: Life Through the Lens

Jin Nakashima, Ph.D., photographs planes, space shuttles and plant cells.

Dinner with a Side of Adventure

Before each Profiles and Perspectives presentation, a few Noble employees take the speaker out to dinner. Each speaker brings a different flavor of conversation to the table. Herpetologist Brady Barr was no exception.

Digging Deep

One of the Noble Research Institute's new research clusters aims to better understand plant growth and development.