Graduate students Marianne Emery and Vivek Shrestha (pictured left to right) spread the word of amino acid rebalancing at the Division of Biological Sciences Data Blitz!
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Ruthie travels to Honolulu, Hawaii to present her talk entitled “Metabolic network assisted GWAS in dry seeds of Arabidopsis and maize.”
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The high-throughput phenotyping team caught attention at Mizzou’s 34th Annual IPG Symposium!! The team exhibited the approximately 4 ft x 4 ft custom built phenotyper, along the side of their research poster during Wednesday evening’s poster session. The interdisciplinary team, led by Ruthie Angelovici and Heather Hunt, is composed of four undergraduate engineering students from Mizzou.
Pictured (left to right): Yen On Chan, Chloe Rees, Nurhidayatun Anuar, Jacob Gajewski, Ruthie Angelovici, and Heather Hunt.
The Division of Biological Sciences awarded Angelovici lab member, Braden Zink, the Clarence Clinton Crouch Award at its annual Honors Banquet on April 29th. The award is given to an outstanding Junior in the Division of Biological Sciences. Way to go, Braden!