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Collaborations

The Weed and Insect Biology Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

GOOD VENTURES FOUNDATION, Palo Alto
  • Cryopreservation of Anopheles Mosquitoes
  • NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, FARGO, ND
  • Quantifying Growth, Development, and Freezing Damage in Brassica Oilseed Crops
  • Understanding Freezing Tolerance and Other Agronomically Important Traits in Canola
  • Investigating Differences Between Spring and Winter Biotypes of Camelina
  • Evaluating Rotational Cropping Systems and their Impact on Soil Microbiota, Crop Yield and Ecosystem Benefits in Northern Agro-Ecosystems
  • Establishing Alfalfa in Intercropping with Sunflower and Sorghum to Improve Alfalfa Yield and Profitability
  • Fusion of Machine Learning and Electromagnetic Sensors for Real-Time Local Decisions in Agriculture
  • The Regulation of Diapause by Maternal Effects & the Effect of Environmental Stress on Bee Quality
  • Agronomic and Molecular Responses of Maize and Sunflower to Competition with Cover Crops and Alfalfa
  • Overwintering Physiology of Insect Pollinators and Pests
  • Developing Systems to Expedite Phenotyping of Freezing Damage in Brassica Oilseed Crops
  • Investigating the Role of FLC Genes in Mediating Differences in Freezing Tolerance between Spring and Winter Biotypes of Camelina
  • Bee Stress Response and Overwintering Physiology
  • Effects of Stress on Insect Pollinators and Pests
  • NORTHERN CANOLA GROWERS ASSOCIATION, BISMARCK, ND
  • Improving Freezing Tolerance and Weed Suppression in Canola
  • SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, BROOKINGS, SD
  • Investigating Inter- and Intra-specific Interference in Sunflower
  • THE NORTH DAKOTA CORN UTILIZATION COUNCIL, Fargo
  • First Steps to Creating Weed Tolerant Corn
  • ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY
  • Understanding Cold-induced Developmental Changes in Agricultural and Horticultural Crops