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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.

Plant Image Datasets

8th Dec 2016

Plant Image Collection Week We created a new section on the website to reference these plant image datasets. We now need to community to help us gather these datasets, to make them more visible to anyone. So this week, we launch the Plant Image Collection (PIC) Week,...

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Arabidopsis Research Roundup: December 7th

7th Dec 2016

This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup is led by a study from the John Innes Centre in which Lars Ostergaard’s group identify a novel auxin-signaling module. Lars also kindly provides an audio description of this paper where we discuss the significance of this paper for our understanding of...

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Monogram 2017

7th Dec 2016

The Monogram2017 Meeting will be held from April 4-6th at the University of Bristol. Full details of the meeting can be found here: In order to encourage interactions between the Arabidopsis and Cereal research communities, GARNet will be sponsoring a...

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Arabidopsis Research Roundup: November 30th

30th Nov 2016

This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup includes an exciting selection of papers that cross a range of subject areas. Firstly is a study led by George Bassel from Birmingham that details cell growth processes across the developing embryo. Secondly Henrik Jonsson at SLCU is a co-author on a study...

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New additions to GARNet Advisory Committee

21st Nov 2016

GARNet are delighted to announce three new members of the GARNet Advisory committee whose terms will run from January 2017- December 2019. The new members are Murray Grant (University of Warwick), Jill Harrison (University of Bristol) and Daniel Gibbs (University of Birmingham) and we are...

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UK iGEM Synthetic Biology Success

15th Nov 2016

At the recent iGEM Synthetic Biology Giant Jamboree there was a great deal of UK success with Imperial College winning the overall title and the team from Cambridge University winning the prize for best Plant Synthetic Biology project. Their outstanding project generated a range of standard...

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