Dr. Albert Kausch
Professor, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology,
University of Rhode Island
Director, Plant Biotechnology Laboratory
Founder, New England Biophilia Institute
Biologist & Geneticist
Albert Kausch is a plant biologist. He is also known as a molecular biologist, a geneticist, botanist, cell and developmental biologist, a professor, an innovative educator, lecturer, inventor, scientist, poet, author, editor, biological illustrator, electron microscopist, biophilist and lifeist entrepreneur, futurist, storyteller, biotechnologist, and agriculturalist. See: Biography, Full CV and Educational Materials.
Educator & Consultant
Albert Kausch has been a Doctoral and Post‑Doctoral Researcher; Research and Senior Research Scientist; Adjunct, Visiting, Assistant, Associate and Full Professor; Undergraduate and Graduate Advisor; Professional Consultant and Expert Witness; Founder, Co‑founder, Scientific Advisory Board Member, and Board Member for several companies and a nonprofit. See: Research, Publications, Patents and Industry Experience.
Cover Illustration by Dr. Albert Kausch for In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Plant – Special Issue on Genome Editing. See Patents and Publications for more information.
Cereal Crop Plant Transformation and Genome Editing Training Workshop. Supported by the NSF and DOE. April 10-20, 2022 at the Kausch Lab at the University of Rhode Island. Learn more about the workshop.
The Desert Nanoscape, an exhibition of large-print electron microscopy by Geoff Williams, is currently on display at the New England Biophilia Institute nonprofit NEBI Gallery.
The Making of Baby Green Garlic
This is the story of developing a brand new vegetable from “lab to table.”
It is from the online course: Issues in Agriculture and Technology by Dr. Albert Kausch and Dr. David Songstad.
This excerpt is from one of three new online courses available upon request.