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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 resources added: Synthetic Biology and Early Career

18th Jun 2012

Two new categories have been added to our Resources page.  Go to Synthetic Biology Resources for a list of protocols, bioinformatics tools and online databases useful for synthetic biologists.  Our resources page for Early Career researchers has links to science careers pages...

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GARNet hits the blogosphere

14th Jun 2012

GARNet's latest veture into the world of social media is our very own blog "Weeding the Gems" This blog will have regular highlights of recent papers and events, as well as mentioning upcoming events and funding opportunities. We’ll try to keep you updated on new resources and methods, too. Our...

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UK PlantSci 2012 Talks now online

11th Jun 2012

Did you miss out on the inagural UK Plant Sciences Federation conference, UK PlantSci 2012? If so don't worry many of the talks are now available online.    

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Next Generation Sequencing Workshop Talks Available

22nd May 2012

TGAC hosted a workshop at the JIC on 17th April 2012 to outline the Next Generation Sequencing platforms and pipelines at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) and how they can further Arabidopsis research. Programme Welcome and introduction to TGAC - Mario Caccamo (Head of...

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Videos from GARNet 2011 meeting now online

5th Dec 2011

Thanks to a collaboration with the Journal of Experimental Botanty video recordings of some of the talks from the GARNet 2011 meeting are now avilable online

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Latest Version of GARNish Newsletter now available online

5th Dec 2011

The latest issue of GARNish the GARNet newsletter is not available to download. So why not take a look and find out about the Gatsby Plants TREE, the facilities that will soon be ready at the Plant Phenomics Centre, the launch of the UK Plant Sciences Federation and the wealth of research being...

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