Our new manuscript, “Is polyphenol induction simply a result of altered carbon and nitrogen accumulation?,” has been accepted for publication in Plant Signaling & Behavior. This paper describes experiments we conducted at Dickinson College’s Farm. Coauthors – Heidi Appel and Jack Schultz, Bond Life Center, University of Missouri.
New greenhouse, lab, and office facilities on the way…… Dickinson College has received a $1 million gift from alumni John ’59 and Inge Paul Stafford ’58 to fund a new research-quality greenhouse on the grounds of Kaufman Hall. The greenhouse is expected to have a transformative effect on sustainability education, interdisciplinary learning and the college’s science curriculum. see more at: https://www.dickinson.edu/giving/news/ The Rector Science Complex addition will unite the biology department with Dickinson’s other science departments. The new space will provide additional state-of-the-art facilities and Continue reading →