The Mushroom Research Center's new compost building and renovated growing rooms will maximize reliability of research results.
Fungus-infecting virus could help track spread of white-nose syndrome in bats.
Know Thine Enemy is the first rule of research for the Bull Penn Lab
Dr. Cristina Rosa will conduct a two-year project using a $325,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
Clarivate Analytics presents Highly Cited Researchers, 2016, which includes Dr. David M. Geiser.
Dr. Yinong Yang's gene-edited mushroom wins "Best of What's New" award from Popular Science magazine.
Congratulations to Laura del Sol Bautista Jalón for her funded proposal supported by the James F. and Marilyn L. Tammen Memorial Endowment for International Plant Pathology.
Minkenberg in Des Moines Oct 8-15 for Monsanto’s Beachell-Borlaug Int'l Scholars Program activities.
Dr. Scott Isard joins group of world's experts to present latest research and discuss effects of climate on microbes, insects, and host-plant interactions.
Terrence Bell has accepted the offer to become PPEM's new Assistant Professor of Phytobiomes on February 1.
Hockett will join PPEM as an Assistant Professor of Microbial Ecology and will be a Lloyd Huck Early Career Professor in the Huck Institute of Life Sciences.
Drew May's project was selected for funding through the College of Agricultural Sciences Undergraduate Student Research program.
Vegetable pathology team completes onion harvest at Larson Ag Research Center and SE Ag Research and Extension Center.
Successful rocket launch at 12:45 a.m. today takes mushroom experiment to International Space Station on Wednesday.
The first PPEM Bioinformatics Workshop, a beginner’s guide to basic sequence analysis, was held July 11–15.
The Daily Local News features Dr. David Beyer addressing West Chester area mushroom flies infestation.
Research Support Technologist Vija Wilkinson aids Int'l Space Station Mission 8.
Ph.D. candidate Freddy Magdama reports on the emergence of FocTR4 and int'l efforts to address this banana industry threat.
Dr. Yinong Yang's work has generated a new wave of attention to the ongoing dialogue surrounding genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture decided on April 12 that the transgene-free, CRISPR-edited mushroom is not a regulated article.