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

Resources for viewing and sharing data

23rd Aug 2012

The GARNet collection of important resources for viewing and sharing data has been updated to reflect comments from the community. It includes key data repositories, information about data standards, and journal requirements for publication of various datasets including genomic, transcriptomic and...

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MAGIC lines

23rd Aug 2012

GARNet are conducting a survey into the use of MAGIC Arabidopsis lines. It is four very short questions, and we would appreciate your responses by the end of August.  The survey can be found here:

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Dataset of Arabidopsis genes with a loss-of-function mutant phenotypes

21st Aug 2012

A new resource for Arabidopsis researchers was published in Plant Physiology earlier this year. A dataset of Arabidopsis genes with a loss-of-function mutant phenotype can is in the supplementary data of the paper, by Lloyd and Meinke. An overview is given on the GARNet blog.

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Large-scale data generation, sharing and accessibility

15th Aug 2012

GARNet has put together a list of data repositories for large-scale experiments, together with minimum information guidelines and journal requirements for certain large-scale experiments. We would like your feedback so we can get an accurate picture of how the plant science community uses these...

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GARNet blog now features teaching resources

13th Aug 2012

Posts on Weeding the Gems, the GARNet blog, now include links to relevant teaching resources where possible. This is to encourage the translation of the cutting edge plant science research highlighted on the blog to classrooms. If you do outreach to schools or even want inspiration for...

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Workshop: New Technologies to Advance Plant Research

10th Aug 2012

GARNet are hosting an Arabidopsis Sectional Interest Group of the Genetics Society workshop at the University of Liverpool on 26 November 2012.  The free workshop will highlight the varied applications of next generation sequencing, and how plant scientists can use them to further their...

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