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Truly Collaborative Plant Research
Truly Collaborative Plant Research

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We’ve updated the PhotosynQ website and added many new features to improve your user experience! Some of the new features include: expanded plotting, mapping and graphing data options, improving the user page to help users better track their PhotosynQ…
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Improve your PhotosynQ projects by getting rid of low quality measurements with the flagging data feature.   Whether you are taking measurements in the field or in the lab, it is not uncommon for a handful of measurements to be returned to you with an…
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Response of Cowpea Genotypes to Drought Stress in Uganda
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If you have ever visited the PhotosynQ webpage (you’re reading the PhotosynQ blog, so I’ll assume you have), you know that the banner across our homepage reads “Truly Collaborative Plant Research.” We have always aspired to making PhotosynQ a flexible…
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Faster photosynthetic induction in tobacco by expressing cyanobacterial flavodiiron proteins in chloroplasts
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  On October 18, 2017, the Interdisciplinary Workshop on the dissemination of knowledge on “Intellectual Information Technologies in Education and Science” took place at the Faculty of Chemistry and Biology of the Ternopil National Pedagogical University…
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Over the past several years there has been quite a bit of interest in measuring soil properties, which makes sense given that most of the plants we care about grow in soil. In response to that interest, we have developed numerous PhotosynQ prototypes,…
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Focusing on how the community is using PhotosynQ technologies. This month we are highlighting Sonya Lawrence, an Instructor in the Biological Sciences Program at MSU who has been incorporating PhotosynQ into her courses since 2014 As the first summer term…
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The PhotosynQ team participated in the "Feed the Future" Legume Innovation Lab Conference in Burkina Faso.
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The PhotosynQ team conducted an intense, 2-day workshop with researchers from Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger on August 11 and 12 in Ouagadougou. As part of the Kramer Lab’s McKnight Foundation cross-cutting grant, we were able to bring together members of…
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