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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.

GARNet and CGR Liverpool Software Carpentry Bootcamp

27th Nov 2014

Thirty researchers received training in basic programming at the GARNet/CGR Software Carpentry Bootcamp last week at the University of Liverpool.  Kwasi Kwakwa and Marios Isaakidis, both volunteer Software Carpentry Instructors delivered the training, supported by volunteer helpers Bert...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

26th Nov 2014

There are some really interesting new papers for you this week. We have two different protein interaction studies, one on microtubules involving scientists from Durham, and one on meiotic chromosome movement from Oxford Brookes and Birmingham. There’s also a report on ‘FANS’, a new technique...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

20th Nov 2014

Here’s your weekly round-up of the latest Arabidopsis research from the UK, this week including a mixed bag of studies from the Universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, Worcester, Warwick and Nottingham.   Shi YZ, Zhu XF, Miller JG, Gregson T, Zheng SJ and Fry SC. Distinct catalytic capacities...

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GARNet Elections 2014: Results

13th Nov 2014

We're delighted to announce that Katherine Denby (University of Warwick), Ian Henderson (University of Cambridge) and Zoe Wilson (University of Nottingham) are new GARNet Advisory Committee members.  Committee members are elected from the Arabidopsis research community by Principal...

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Arabidopsis Research Round-up

5th Nov 2014

Just one new paper to share with you this week!   Binkert M, Kozma-Bognar L, Terecskei K, de Veylder L, Nagy F and Ulm R. UV-B-responsive association of the Arabidopsis bZIP transcription factor ELONGATED HYPOCOTYL5 with target genes, including its own promoter. The Plant Cell, 28 October...

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Professor Yrjö Helariutta's team recruited to Cambridge

5th Nov 2014

Yrjö Helariutta, professor of developmental plant biology at the University of Helsinki, has been recruited to the University of Cambridge to continue his work there in the same capacity. Some of the members of Professor Helariutta’s research group, approximately ten researchers in the...

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