2013 Archive

Tall Fescue: History, Application, Establishment and Management

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...

A New Journey

Anna Stehle, a 2013 Lloyd Noble Scholar in Agriculture, continues a family tradition as a Fulbright Scholar.

Fulfilling Their Destiny

Noble Research Institute consultation clients William and Karen Payne transformed an abused farm into a showplace ranch.

Philanthropy in Action

Since the Noble Research Institute began, its philanthropic giving has been making a difference in society and in lives.

Making Magic

Noble Research Institute funding helps the Charles B. Goddard Center bring art to southern Oklahoma residents.

Education on the Go

A new mobile classrom delivers the story of Oklahoma agriculture to students around the state.

A Higher Standard

The Integrity Beef program helps ranchers deliver high quality livestock to market while increasing profitability.

A Vision of the Future

Fiona McAlister, Ph.D., passes on her love of science through the biotechnology program she developed.

Elison Blancaflor, Ph.D.

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.

Giving Thanks

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.
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