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06/10/2021 Kent Chapman Named Fellow of American Society of Plant Biologists

06/02/2021 UNT Researchers want to lower bloat and increase nutrition in animal feed

05/25/2021 UNT researchers further understanding of plant molecules to make food more nutritious for animals, better for planet

04/29/2021 Three BDI researchers with career citiation in top 2% of discipline

04/28/2021 Taming a Toxin-Producing Fungus

04/04/2021 Looking for magic in the Mushrooms

1/26/2021 Study examining G-Proteins in plants may have future implications for increased crop resiliency

1/21/2021 UNT celebrates faculty on Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list


11/20/2020 Advancing Renewable Energy Research

10/30/2020 Producing More Efficient Bioenergy

9/4/2020 Combining Stress Signals

8/4/2020 International Symposium on Plant Lipids Honors Professor and Former Student

7/13/2020 UNT unravels a secret of the desert southwest

4/15/2020 More Efficiently Diagnosing Cancer

02/13/2020 Discovering the secret of longevity in Ginkgo biloba trees


12/19/2019 Unlocking the secrets of plant energy

11/20/2019 Introducing bacterial focus to UNT's BioDiscovery Institute

09/23/2019 UNT biofuel research boosted by $2.3 million U.S. Department of Energy grant

07/18/2019 Innovative spaces: Genomics Center sequences

06/07/2019 Rediscovering decades-old solution to a modern problem

03/15/2019 SMART Talks Presents: Dr. Rebecca Dickstein

02/20/2019 UNT: Home to the experts' experts


12/20/2018 At the forefront of genomics

12/19/2018 Discovery through collaboration

12/18/2018 Improving the environmental footprint of forages for livestock

12/18/2018 Using plant genes for sustainable agriculture

12/6/2018 UNT professor studies how to squeeze more seed oil from the common pennycress weed

11/27/2018 Distinguished UNT professor elected into the Royal Society

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