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New Year, New Research!

New Year, New Research!  INSTRUMENT: CI-600 ROOT IMAGER This month's featured researcher posted about his research on Facebook and tagged CID Bio-Science!  If you post about your own work, please feel free to tag CID Bio-Science and they will be happy ...

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Equinox signals shift in research seasons

Equinox signals shift in research seasons As half of the earth brings their research into the lab, the Southern Hemisphere is prepping to head out into the field for their outdoor research season! A tool that is well equipped for ...

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March 2017 Newsletter: Studying Plants to Predict Climate Change

March News - What can plants tell us about climate change?

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February 2017, February News: Impact of insects + health tips for scientists!

Why insect ecologist Dr. Frances Sivakoff uses a CI-202 Portable Laser Leaf Area Meter. When we hear the word “insect,” our minds often conjure up images of pesky buzzing creatures who sting or bite us, or destroy all of the ...

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January 2017, January News: Funding & Facts

Securing public and private grants in order to support salaries, assistants, and lab expenses is a huge challenge facing scientists today. Our list of 2017 plant science grants is a great place to get a head start on dialing in ...

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December 2016, Warm Holiday Wishes and a Happy New Year

Thank you so much for reading this year and for being a part of our CID global research community. 2017 is just around the corner—here's our short list of to-do items to help you prepare for an awesome new year.

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November 2016, Four things we're thankful for this year

We’re taking some time to reflect on what we’re grateful for this November, and letting you in on our top four picks.

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October 2016, Mini Spectrometers + Minirhizotrons

Portuguese startup, CoolFarm, uses the CI-710 Miniature Leaf Spectrometer to validate their indoor farming technology.

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September 2016, Versatile and Non-Destructive Leaf Area Measurement

Standardizing Leaf Area to Assess Insect Ecology Learn how Dr. Grant McQuate of the USDA-ARS in Hilo, Hawaii used our CI-203 Handheld Laser Leaf Area Meter to assess roosting sites for Melon Fly and Oriental Fruit Fly in our new ...

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