Catapulting pollen

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
March 1, 2018

Expanding the reach of the bionic leaf

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
February 3, 2018

Expanding the reach of the bionic leaf

Postdoctoral fellow Kelsey Sakimoto

Scientists estimate that food supplies will need to double by 2050 to meet demand. In greenhouse experiments conducted at the Arnold Arboretum, Harvard researchers discovered a way to more than double crop size by introducing a soil bacterium that converts nitrogen from the atmosphere into robust and sustainable fertilizer. Harvard gazette»

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As climate changes, so does wine

by Peter Reuell for The Harvard Gazette
January 10, 2018

As climate changes, so does wine

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Most wine is produced from the same 12 varieties of grapes, a huge concern for growers in the face of climate change. Elizabeth Wolkovich, Ignacio Morales-Castilla, and colleagues have published research suggesting the other ~1100 varieties of grapes and the diversity of their attributes may play an important role in the future of the wine industry. Read more in the Harvard Gazette.

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Tall trees and sugar transport

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
December 8, 2017

Wielding chainsaws for science

by Alvin Powell for The Harvard Gazette
July 19, 2017

Wine grapes and climate change

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
March 24, 2016

Climate test for forests

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
September 23, 2015

Phenology research on grapes

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
April 8, 2015

Reproductive isolation

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
September 15, 2014

Interview with Elizabeth Wolkovich

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
May 1, 2014