Alfalfa, the queen of forages, has held secrets for centuries. Now, those genetic mysteries are being unlocked for plant breeders seeking to make the forage crop hardier and higher quality.
Noble Research Institute's Noble Academy has been taking hands-on science and agriculture demonstrations into classrooms across southern Oklahoma for the past three years.
Noble Research Institute announced the 2016 recipients of the Sam Noble Scholarships, awarding $93,750 in scholarships to seven southern Oklahoma students.
Cheers erupted when a robot programmed by a group of Lincoln Elementary School students successfully pushed three cans behind the start line of their challenge mat.
Microscopes, plants, a drone and eighth graders filled the Hardy Murphy Coliseum arena Wednesday and Thursday.
Seventeen fifth-graders stood behind a short concrete wall and belted out the alphabet song in an attempt to be heard over the rumble of a tractor.
The Edmond North High School team placed first at the second annual Oklahoma Envirothon competition held this month at the Noble Research Institute.
Noble Research Institute announced the winners of the 2015-2016 Junior Beef Excellence Program during a special awards program at the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center on Saturday, April 16, in Ardmore.
Noble Research Institute Associate Professor Carolyn Young, Ph.D., has been named editor-in-chief of the American Phytopathological Society (APS) Phytobiomes journal.
The Noble Research Institute recently received the Outstanding Electronic/Digital Media Award from the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society and the Publication and Creativity Award from the Oklahoma Chapter of The Wildlife Society.