Scientific American publishes an article on Crops in silico

Here is a link to the article.

Amy and Katy funded by NSF to study medicago/rhizobia mutualisms!

NSF IOS Award #1645875 Systems genetics of symbiotic quality in legume-rhizobium mutualism. We are going to build “symbiosis networks” using genomic, transcriptomic, and metabolomic data to determine the molecular underpinnings of high and low partner quality in the medicago/sinorhizobium mutualism. Can I get a woo woo! Go team!

FFAR funds Crops in silico

The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) has awarded Principal Investigator Amy Marshall-Colón, Assistant Professor of Plant Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, $274,000 to continue her research in support of Crops in silico (Cis), a project to develop a suite of virtual plant models that may help resolve a growing gap read more »

Amy was featured on Science IRL

Check out the YouTube video here!

Amy and Ursulla were one of five groups to win the Teaching Tools in Plant Biology competition.

Check out the blog post announcement here!

Cell article featured in Science Daily.

Write up on the Cell article with S. Long and XG Zhu.

MC lab featured at The Art of Science 6.0

See some pictures from the event at Smile Politely. Sachin is on point in a yellow bow tie.

Amy was featured in the IGB newsletter.

You can check out her interview here.

Stuti was interviewed by iSEE!

Check out Stuti’s interview with iSEE here.

CLAY IS KILLING IT!

In addition to the university awards he earned last week, Clay also received a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship from the American Society of Plant Biologists!  Congratulations, Clay; we’re so glad you can spend your summer indoors with us!