On the Decoding Science blog, we present our latest research — in language anyone can understand.
“Mutant seeds” blossom in the pollen research field
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Our laboratories and meeting spaces provide unmatched opportunities for interdisciplinary biomedical-science and agricultural-biotechnology research.
Our 230,000-square-foot building, designed by Kansas City architectural firm BNIM, was dedicated in September 2004.
The sculpture “Joy of Discovery,” a five-story DNA model created by artist Frederick vonRoenn, hangs in the atrium.
Built by facilities manager Jim Bixby, the two-story living wall outside Monsanto Auditorium holds 150-200 plants.