LATEST NEWSLATEST NEWS

Subscribe to GARNet news updates using our RSS feed

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.

GREAT BRITISH SUCCESS IN ERA-CAPS FUNDING

20th May 2015

The ERA-CAPS funding call was a major EU initiative that was focused on plant sciences. Recently the second set of successfully funded projects were announced, even though the funding levels have not been confirmed. Amongst these twelve successful bids, eight feature UK plant scientists (including...

Read More

Arabidopsis Research Roundup

14th May 2015

Your UK Arabidopsis Research Round-up this week contains studies that aim to define a network of lateral root formation, elucidate modes of calcium signaling, determine mechanisms of epigenetic memory and also the influence of exon-edge evolution in determining the extent of selective pressure....

Read More

GARNet-OpenPlant CRISPR-Cas Workshop: 7-8 September, John Innes Centre, Norwich

12th May 2015

CRISPR technology is fast emerging as the breakthrough technology for precise genome editing in a range of experimental systems. In order to highlight the current developments and future potential for using this technology in the plant sciences, GARNet and OpenPlant are collaborating to organise a...

Read More

Introducing the new GARNet Coordinator

29th Apr 2015

The GARNet community is pleased to announce that Dr Geraint Parry will be taking up the role of GARNet coordinator. Geraint has been involved in the plant science community since completing his PhD at the University of Nottingham with Professor Malcolm Bennett. Subsequently he worked at Indiana...

Read More

A balancing act: fine tuning the production of plant cell membranes

15th Apr 2015

Scientists from Rothamsted Research and the University of Warwick, who are strategically funded by the BBSRC, have discovered a mechanism that allows plant cells to regulate the rate at which they produce membranes. The work is published in the journal The Plant Cell. Membranes are the...

Read More

A new and unexpected metabolic pathway that underpins seedling establishment

13th Apr 2015

Seeds use an enzyme called pyruvate orthophosphate dikinase (PPDK) to produce sugar from their storage reserves providing the energy needed to kick start seedling establishment. Collaborative research between scientists at the University of Cambridge, Rothamsted Research and the Max Planck...

Read More