Tall fescue [Lolium arundinaceum (Schreb.) Darbysh = Festuca arundinacea] is an introduced, cool-season, perennial grass that is native from Europe to Siberia and into North Africa. The date of the...
Anna Stehle, a 2013 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture, continues a family tradition as a Fulbright Scholar.
Noble Research Institute consultation clients William and Karen Payne transformed an abused farm into a showplace ranch.
Since the Noble Research Institute began, its philanthropic giving has been making a difference in society and in lives.
Noble Research Institute funding helps the Charles B. Goddard Center bring art to southern Oklahoma residents.
A new mobile classrom delivers the story of Oklahoma agriculture to students around the state.
The Integrity Beef program helps ranchers deliver high quality livestock to market while increasing profitability.
Fiona McAlister, Ph.D., passes on her love of science through the biotechnology program she developed.
Defining Elison Blancaflor is a bit of a challenge. Family man? Yes. Scientist? Check. Athlete? Absolutely. Musician? A little bit. Yes, Blancaflor, Ph.D., is as multi-faceted as the cells he studies every day in his laboratory as a principal investigator at the Noble Research Institute.
My earliest Christmas recollections never included the jolly, present-wielding elf. That guy lived in department stores and - in my hypercritical child mind - was guilty of an annual breaking-and-entering spree of global proportions.