Top licensing prospects from the University of Wisconsin-Madison
Supercharging Photosynthesis to Increase Carbon Storage, Aromatics Production
See how a team of botanists is supercharging photosynthesis to absorb more carbon from the atmosphere.
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Soybeans with Increased Resistance to Sclerotinia Stem Rot and Drought Tolerance
A team of plant pathologists has developed transgenic soybeans with increased resistance to a highly damaging fungal pathogen, as well as improved drought tolerance.
Converting Whey Waste into Monosaccharides and Other Valuable Products
This highly selective (>94 percent) method for converting acid whey streams into valuable whey protein and glucose/galactose syrup can reduce the water, energy and carbon footprints of the U.S. dairy industry.
Wheat and Barley Resistant to Fusarium Head Blight
These transgenic wheat and barley lines have an enhanced mutated enzyme that results in plants resistant to Fusarium head blight disease.
Cold-Tolerant Brewing Yeast
UW-Madison researchers have developed the first maltotriose-consuming strains of S. eubayanus, a novel cold-tolerant brewing yeast.
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