Partnering with Researchers

Since its inception in the early 1970s, BioChambers has worked closely with researchers to innovate and deliver.




 












WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

Improving the efficiency of photosynthesis and nitrogen use
Professors Asaph Cousins and Mechthild Tegeder and their labs at Washington State University (Pullman) are not afraid to tackle challenging research questions, digging deep into the details of photosynthesis and nitrogen metabolism.

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HARVARD UNIVERSITY

Grapes for the Future
Professor Al Kovaleski is helping secure grape (Vitis spp.) production into the future through innovative research on grapevine dormancy and cold tolerance.

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WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

From Seed to Species
A journey through botanical research at Washington State University’s School of Biological Sciences (Pullman) parallels the physiology, ecology, and evolution of a plant itself.

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Rising CO2 and its effects on potato crops
How elevated CO2 concentrations and temperatures will affect potato crops are unclear. Professor Courtney Leisner and her colleagues have confronted this challenge head on with the help of their BioChambers.

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

History of the Bigfoot
BioChambers innovated with the University of Toronto to create the Bigfoot™. Working with Professor Sage, this Bigfoot innovation enabled his research team to grow sufficient replicates of a wide range of plants. The Bigfoot design continues to this day to define the industry standard.

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Beyond Photosynthesis
Having one of the largest plant growth facilities in academia, BioChambers is honored to serve MSU and Professor Sharkey. For decades, Professor Sharkey has led our understanding of stomatal conductance and CO2 assimilation, isoprene emissions, and abiotic stress tolerance.

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INNOTECH ALBERTA

Vegreville Facility
Growing through environmental stresses like cool soil temperatures, frost and drought is a lot to ask from a seed. InnoTech Alberta is pitching in to help plant breeders find improved stress resistance. A state-of-the-art BioChambers environmental chamber at its Vegreville facility can precisely simulate field conditions including combinations of frost, drought, or heat.

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UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA

The Versatility of the BioRoom™
BioChambers, with the help of the University of Manitoba, developed the first-of-their-kind walk-in plant growth rooms. The resulting rooms provided the University of Manitoba with large growth areas, and enabled them to study on the effects of temperature on Canola growth and development.

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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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Take a tour of Florida's newest one-of-a-kind Growth Chamber Facility.

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