December 2022: Saving Wild Vitis: The Conservation of North American Native Grapes Workshop. National Grape Research Alliance Newsletter.
October 2021: FFAR Grant Speeds Domestication of Sustainable Crops.
August 2021: Danforth Center snags $12.5 M grant to launch new research institute. St. Louis Inno/St. Louis Business Journal.
August 2021: Grafting the Grape: SLU's Allison Miller shares impact of her work with Missouri Botanical Garden. Saint Louis University Newslink.
August 2018: Danforth Center and Saint Louis University establish joint faculty partnership. Eureka Alert, St. Louis Business Journal, St. Louis Post Dispatch.
May 2018: Feast Magazine. How Scientists in Kansas and Missouri are Exploring a New Frontier in Agriculture. http://www.feastmagazine.com/features/kansas-city/article_16126d3a-5d3e-11e8-bb00-9b565e310e69.html
March 2018: St. Louis on the Air (KWMU) The challenge of feeding people an increasing global population in a wealthier, warmer world - with Danforth Center and World Wildlife Fund's Jason Clay.
October 2017: Danforth Plant Science Center Shoots and Roots Blog: The Miller Lab's Journey to the Danforth Center.
October 2016: St. Louis on the Air (KWMU) covered our Global Inventory Project with collaborators from the Missouri Botanical Garden and The Land Institute. Hear the full show here.
October 2016: Our project developing a global inventory of perennial, herbaceous plants, a collaborative project with the Missouri Botanical Garden and The land Institute was covered by KWMU St. Louis Public Radio.
October 2016: Our collaborative project on grafting in grapevines was covered by the St. Louis Business Journal!
June 2016: Our collaborative project with The Land Institute was picked up by the St. Louis Business Journal.
October 2015: Steven Callen is on the Defense of Plants podcast talking about kudzu - check it out!
September 2015: Allison gave a presentation at the 2015 Prairie Festival at The Land Institute. The video is available here!
June 2015: Saint Louis University press release for Steven Callen's May 2015 publication in Diversity and Distributions.
October 2014: Speaking of food: connecting basic and applied science special issue of the American Journal of Botany co-edited by Allison is featured on Phys.org.
June 2014: Allison was interviewed for People Behind the Science podcast hosted by Marie McNeely. You can listen to Allison's interview here.
August 2013: Allison participated in the Food and Agriculture Organization Expert Workshop on Perennial Crops for Food Security August 28th - August 30th in Rome, Italy, which produced two great youtube videos with input from participating scientists. The videos are available on the FAO website: 1) Introduction to Perennial Crops for Food Security and 2) Gaps and opportunities for Perennial Crops.
August 2013: Great story on our Kudzu project in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch entitled Research on 'vine that ate the South' is under way near Imperial. This story features the work of PhD student Steven Callen. Congratulations, Steven! See the lab blog for more details.
August 2013: Allison and the research vineyard are featured on the Cofactor Genomics blog
July 2013: Research Vineyard at MBG is featured in Botanic Gardens Journal, the Journal of Botanic Gardens Conservation International. You can read a portion of the July 2013 special issue on Botanic Gardens and food security by clicking this link.
July 2013: The Missouri Botanical Garden 2014 calendar will include a poster featuring research on grapes! The Miller Lab recently collaborated with members of the research and communications departments at MOBot to put together this poster. it turned out great!
June 2013: Great article about lab friend and collaborator Daniel Pap in the Springfield News-Leader. Grapevine research excites Missouri State graduate student.
April 2013: KWMU St. Louis Public radio story features the grape project! "Climate Change Prompts Renewed Interest in Missouri Grapes".
September 2011: Do long-lived crops differ from annual crops in their genetic response to domestication? Covered by Science Daily.