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European Plant Phenotyping Access Call

22nd Oct 2018

The EPPN2020 provides researchers from academia and industry with access to 31 phenotyping facilities in Europe. The facilities can be used for experiments with either scientific or technological objectives. EPPN2020 has launched the third call for access, open to European groups and (to a limited...

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GARNet Research Roundup: October 19th 2018

19th Oct 2018

This edition of the GARNet research roundup includes six papers that look at different areas of plant biology. Firstly is a Belgian-led study with co-authors from Nottingham that introduces adaptive Xerobranching, a cereal-root response that can be mimicked in Arabidopsis by modulating ABA...

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GARNet Research Roundup: October 10th 2018

10th Oct 2018

This edition of the GARNet research roundup begins with a paper from Jose Gutierrez-Marcos’ lab in Warwick that investigates the functional significance of inherited epigenetics marks in clonally propagated plants. Second is work from Sara Simonini and Lars Ostergaard (John Innes Centre) that...

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Jim Murray Introduces GARNet activities at GARNet2018

2nd Oct 2018

At the GARNet2018 meeting GARNet PI Jim Murray provides an introduction to current GARNet activities. Watch the YouTube video here:

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GARNet Research Roundup: September 13th 2018

13th Sep 2018

The latest GARNet Research Roundup includes two papers led by Cyril Zipfel from The Sainsbury lab, Norwich (who has since moved his lab to the University of Zurich). The first paper demonstrates the potential for cross-species strategies for developing disease resistance whilst the second is a...

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GARNet Research Roundup: August 22nd 2018

22nd Aug 2018

This week’s GARNet research roundup highlights outstanding science from across the UK. First are a group of three papers led by researchers in Cambridge and Bristol that investigate the role of either sugar or calcium signaling on control of the plant circadian clock. Secondly is work from Durham...

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