Don Huber, Emeritus Professor at Purdue University and senior scientist on USDA’s National Plant Disease Recovery System, has been a plant physiologist and pathologist for over 40 years. His academic career began with 8 years as a cereal pathologist at the University of Idaho, and the next 35 years at Purdue University where he specialised in soil-borne disease control, physiology of disease, and microbial ecology.
The year 2050 is right around the corner, and yet it is hard to imagine the sweeping changes the world will confront by then. In a multimedia series, The Wall Street Journal helps readers envision how we will work, how we will age and how we will live.
Big Ag needs biodiversity training!!
"Thomas Suarez is in the 6th grade at a middle school in the South Bay. And while most of his peers are probably fussing over new soccer kleets or watching the Disney channel, he’s creating iOS apps and giving TED Talks." / kids like this make me excited for the future
Oprah 20th Anniversary Heartprints: Clips from Mattie's Oprah Show debut on 10/19/01, & from his funeral with the bagpipes playing & Oprah & mentor Jimmy Carter giving eulogies. "Mattie Stepanek was posthumously awarded the 2005 Global Peace Award recognizing outstanding contributions to nonviolent social change and peacemaking." "Alway remember to play after every storm" was his life's philosophy. www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Meeting-Mattie-Stepanek/1 Copyrighted by Harpo Productions & Studio