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WASHINGTON: From Kalpavruttha to Asvattha in Indian mythology, to Yggdrasill in Norse legends, Kabbalah in Judaism, Yew in Christianity and Bodhi in Buddhism, trees have come to symbolize knowledge, wealth …
Times of India · 7/25/2015
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The series of “Frankenstein” hybrid trees produced by Syracuse University Professor Sam Van Aken are ready to for harvest. The New York art professor used a grafting technique to create the hybrid plants, which were …
International Business Times · 7/27/2015
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Artist Sam Van Aken has created a series of trees that grow dozens of different types of stone fruits. He tells a TEDxManhattan conference that these trees are a research project, an art exhibit and a conservation mission.
CNN · 17 hours ago
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. — An sculptor spent the last several years grafting different kinds of stone fruits to make a single, multi-colored tree he dubbed "Tree of 40 Fruit." Sam Van Aken — an artist, sculptor and teacher at …
KSL · 1 day ago
July 20, 2015 - Sam Van Aken, an artist and professor at Syracuse University, uses "chip grafting" to create trees that each bear 40 different varieties of stone fruits, or fruits with pits. The grafting process involves slicing …
National Geographic · 7/20/2015
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A US artist has developed a tree that grows 40 fruits. Van Aken, an art professor from Syracuse University in the United States, grafted several fruit tree species into a single tree. It's called the "Tree of 40 Fruit" and it …
SBS · 3 hours ago
Because these stone fruits bear strong similarities of their chromosomal structure, Van Aken was about to combine them using a "chip grafting" process. In spring, the tree blossoms in tones ... Van Aken chose the …
Eyewitness News · 7/27/2015
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Professor Sam Van Aken of Syracuse University has artfully grafted a tree that may appear unremarkable until the spring, when it blossoms with fruits of 40 different varieties, creating a magical facade worthy of standing next to a mighty Truffala tree.
USA Today College · 7/27/2015
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This tree growing 40 different types of fruit—including varieties of peaches, plums, apricots, and almonds—may look like something plucked straight from the imagination, but it’s very real. And this is how it was made.
Io9 · 7/24/2015
One tree grows 40 different types of fruit? Huh? Artist Sam Van Aken has created a series of trees that grow dozens of different types of stone fruits. He says that the trees are a research project, an art exhibit and a …
WWAY NewsChannel 3 · 12 hours ago