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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.

New GARNet Advisory Committee members

19th Dec 2012

I am delighted to announce that Professor Nicholas Harberd (University of Oxford), Professor David Salt (University of Aberdeen), and Dr Antony Dodd (University of Bristol) will join the GARNet Advisory Committee at the beginning of 2013.  Many thanks to Nick Smirnoff (University of Exeter),...

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Edition 18 of GARNish now online

10th Dec 2012

Edition 18 of the GARNet newsletter, GARNish, contains the latest news from the plant science community. Big Science is a major theme, with an overview of the 1001 Genomes Resource from Arthur Korte, and summaries of next generation sequencing providers in the UK (with a focus on BBSRC-funded TGAC)...

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Plant science outreach toolkit: what do you want?

3rd Dec 2012

The UK Plant Sciences Federation (UKPSF) is working with Science and Plants for Schools (SAPS) to develop an 'outreach toolkit' for plant scientists carrying out engagement activities.They would like to find out more how this toolkit could help people working in the plant science community, and so...

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Wheat

1st Dec 2012

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Opportunities at the University of Bristol

23rd Nov 2012

Research Fellowship Opportunities at the University of Bristol Plant Science Research at Bristol is expanding. The new School of Life Sciences is seeking highly motivated individuals to join us as Independent Research Fellows. We recognise the importance of this step in the career of a young...

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Second annual general meeting of the UKPSF

19th Nov 2012

The UK Plant Sciences Federation (UKPSF) is the group that brings together everyone in the UK doing, or associated with, plant sciences. Member organisations include representatives from across the plant sciences – from molecular biologists to ecologists, educators and industry bodies. The second...

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