Transfers in the sterile flow hood.

Test Tube Nature

November 8, 2019 | Horticulture Intern
My time here at Denver Botanic Gardens has been nothing short of profound expression. As a spectator in the Gardens, it feels like a dream. Through the eyes of a summer intern, I am a dreamworker—carefully curating the vision embodied by the Gardens. This institution emphasizes the importance of...Learn more
Permafrost, Squirrels, and 30,000-Year Old Plants

Permafrost, Squirrels, and 30,000-Year Old Plants

February 27, 2012 | John Murgel
Perhaps the largest botanical newsbreak of the past week was the publication in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America that several mature, fully functional individuals of Silene stenophylla (a member of the carnation family that still exists today) had...Learn more