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Founded in 1998, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is a not-for-profit research institute with a global vision to improve the human condition, preserve the environment and build scientific capacity to generate economic growth in the St. Louis region and Missouri. Research is aimed at increasing crop yields and their nutritional value, reducing the need for water and fertilizers, increasing resistance to drought and disease and developing sustainable sources of energy from nonfood crops such as camelina, switchgrass and algae.

The Danforth Center has grown to become the world’s largest independent research institute focused on plant science. Accomplishments include:

  • Employing more than 200 individuals, including 170 scientists and scientific staff with more than 90 holding Ph.D.s
  • On average, the Danforth Center attracts an average of nearly $11 million in annual grant and contract funding awards, more than twice the plant science average, from sources such as the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Agriculture, USAID, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Monsanto Fund.
  • Regularly voted among the top ten “Best Places to Work in Academia” by The Scientist magazine.


BRDG Park at The Danforth Plant Science Center
1005 N. Warson Road, Ste 201
Saint Louis, MO 63132

Mark Gorski
p. 314-812-8027
e. mark.gorski@wexfordscitech.com

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