TURNING POINT Plant pioneer

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Abstract

Mary-Dell Chilton was the first person to show that bacteria could genetically modify plants. Shortly after her landmark work in 1977, the plant biotechnologist moved from academia to what is now Syngenta in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, where she continues her research. In April, she was named a US National Academy of Inventors Fellow.

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