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Collaborations

The Soybean and Nitrogen Fixation Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AUBURN, AL
  • Determining the Causes of Declining Test Weight of Soybean and Utilizing Breeding to Increase Test Weight (Auburn University)
  • CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
  • Developing Soybean Genotypes with High Yield Grown Under Reduced Fertilizer Inputs
  • DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF, FAYETTEVILLE, AR
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (University of Arkansas)
  • IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLO, AMES, IA
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (Iowa State University)
  • KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, MANHATTAN, KS
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (Kansas State University)
  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC
  • Evaluation of Soybean Breeding Lines for Variation Relevant to Protein Functionality
  • Integrating Transcriptomic and Phosphoproteomic Regulatory Networks
  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, COLUMBUS, OH
  • Manipulating the soybean seed oil and protein reserves for the development of high value soybean cultivars and germplasm (year 1 of 3)
  • Increasing the Value of U.S. Soybean by Combining High Meal Protein, High Yield and Other Valuable Traits
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, MINNEAPOLIS, MN
  • Determining the Causes of Declining Test Weight of Soybean and Utilizing Breeding to Increase Test Weight (University of Minnesota)
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, ARLINGTON
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (University of Texas)
  • UNITED SOYBEAN BOARD, CHESTERFIELD, MO
  • Developing Soybean Genotypes with High Yield Grown Under Reduced Fertilizer Inputs
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses via Breeding, Genomics, Phenomics and Physiology
  • Determining the Causes of Declining Test Weight of Soybean and Utilizing Breeding to Increase Test Weight
  • Increasing the Value of U.S. Soybean by Combining High Meal Protein, High Yield and Other Valuable Traits Utilizing Genetic Diversity, Breeding
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA RESEARCH FOUNDATION, IN, ATHENS, GA
  • Increasing the Value of U.S. Soybean by Combining High Meal Protein, High Yield and Other Valuable Traits
  • Determining the Causes of Declining Test Weight of Soybean and Utilizing Breeding to Increase Test Weight (University of Georgia)
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (University of Georgia)
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI SYSTEM, COLUMBIA, MO
  • Improving Soybean Flood Tolerance for Sustainable Production
  • Determining the Causes of Declining Test Weight of Soybean and Utilizing Breeding to Increase Test Weight (University of Missouri)
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (University of Missouri)
  • Yield Limitations of Soybean Varieties Under Drought: Identifying and Overcoming Weaknesses by Team Drought (University of Missouri)
  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN
  • Increasing the Value of U.S. Soybean by Combining High Meal Protein, High Yield and Other Valuable Traits
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM, MADISON, WI
  • Characterization of Soybean Germplasm for Use in the Alternative Protein Market