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CJ Liu,
and Kewei Zhang
Scientists Create Low-Lignin Plants With Improved Potential for Biofuel Production
Engineered enzyme alters cell wall composition in ways that could make it easier to convert plant biomass into biofuels
Brookhaven Bulletin of August 24, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 29)
Deborah Keszenman,
and Sarah Ackerman (student)
Sarah Ackerman Explores How Cells Fare in Space
Brookhaven Bulletin of August 10, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 27)
Changcheng Xu,
Jillian Fan and Chengshi Yan
Carbon is Key for Getting Algae to Pump Out More Oil
Findings may lead to new ways to produce raw materials for renwable fuels in microscopic “green factories”
Brookhaven Bulletin of August 3, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 26)
John Shanklin Scientists Identify Mechanism For Regulating Plant Oil Production
Findings suggest ways to increase oil production for biofuels and industrial processes
Brookhaven Bulletin of June 22, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 21)
Jorg Schwender 479th Brookhaven Lecture
Charting Plant Metabolism:Quantification of Metabolic Fluxes and Predictive Mathematical Models
Brookhaven Bulletin of June 15, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 20)
Allen Orville Ten Brookhaven Scientists Are Granted Tenure
Meet Allen Orville
Brookhaven Bulletin of March 2, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 6)
CJ Liu Ten Brookhaven Scientists Are Granted Tenure
Meet Chang-Jun Liu
Brookhaven Bulletin of February 17, 2012 (Vol. 66 No. 5)
Sean McCorkle and Krassimira Botcheva
First Analysis of Tumor-Suppressor Interactions With Whole Genome In Normal Human Cells Reveals Key Differences With Cancer Cells
Findings point at link between tumor suppressor protein functions and human epigenome
Brookhaven Bulletin of December 16, 2011 (Vol. 65 No. 43)
John Shanklin and
Ed Whittle
Scientists Solve Long-Standing Plant Biochemistry Mystery
Brookhaven Bulletin of September 30, 2011 (Vol. 65 No. 34)

 

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