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With so much going on in the world of Arabidopsis research, you can now stay up-to-date with all the latest news, discoveries and find out what is happening in the wider plant science community.

iPlant UK

13th Feb 2015

High-performance ‘cyberinfrastructure’ for the plant sciences is coming to Britain, thanks to a major new collaboration between scientists at the University of Arizona (US), the Texas Advanced Computing Center (US), the University of Warwick, the University of Liverpool, the University of...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-Up

9th Feb 2015

Here’s your Arabidopsis Research Round-up for this week! Today we have plenty of Scottish delights, including papers from the University of Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Edinburgh and the James Hutton Institute. There is also new work from researchers at the University of Durham, Nottingham, Leeds...

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Head of TSL Synthetic Biology to help lead the field

3rd Feb 2015

The Sainsbury Laboratory’s Head of Synthetic Biology, Dr Nicola Patron, has been awarded a SynBio LEAP Fellowship. The 2015 LEAP fellowships have been awarded to outstanding next generation leaders, for their visions and aspirations in shaping biotechnology for the public good. Nicola is one of...

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Changes at GARNet

2nd Feb 2015

As you may have read on Twitter or in the latest edition of GARNish, GARNet was successfully awarded renewed BBSRC funding to continue running the network for another five years. Whereas GARNet had previously been based at the University of Warwick and led by Professor Jim Beynon, the new grant...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

21st Jan 2015

Lots of new and interesting papers to catch up on from the New Year break this week. Fans of proteomics will be happy as we have three proteomics papers from Edinburgh, Cambridge and Birmingham! The John Innes Centre and University of Warwick also have an update for us on how histone dynamics...

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Picture this - biosecurity seen from the inside

19th Jan 2015

When plants come under attack internal alarm bells ring and their defence mechanisms swing into action – and it happens in the space of just a few minutes. Now, for the first time, plant scientists – including experts from The University of Nottingham - have imaged, in real time, what happens...

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