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The GARNet team:
Originally started by our former colleague Charis Cook, this blog is now maintained by Geraint Parry. In particular, look out for the regular ‘Arabidopsis Research Round-up’ – a series of short summaries of newly published Arabidopsis research from UK-based plant scientists. This series is also syndicated to the community news section of the Arabidopsis Information Portal (AIP, or Araport).
Celebrating Basic Plant Science:
Reports from Conferences and Meetings:
September 2015: Computer Vision Problems in Plant Phenotyping, CVPPP
Septembr 2015: The Inaugural UK Synthetic Biology 2015 Meeting
July 2015: Introducing OpenPlant.
July 2015: We were invited to the High Value Chemicals from Plants (HVCfP) network meeting, Norwich.
June 2015: COPO Workshop, TGAC, Norwich
June 2015: We attended the Multi-Scale Biology Meeting in Nottingham
December 2014: Robyn Drinkwater from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh wrote a post about our the Software Carpentry Bootcamp we ran with CGR Liverpool. That piece was first published on Botanics Stories, the RBGE blog. If you look carefully you will see the GARNet Coordinator with his head in his hands!
July 2014: Angela White (University of Sheffield) spoke to some photosynthesis researchers at the 2014 SEB annual conference and wrote a piece about optimising photosynthesis. Find Angela on Twitter, online and at her blog. Angela originally published her post on the UK Plant Sciences Federation blog.
June 2014: Charlotte White, crop physiologist at environmental and agricultural consultancy ADAS, reported from the ADAS Boxworth Open Day where science from ADAS is showcased alongside work funded by Defra and HGCA as well as private enterprises.
August 2013: PhD students Sarah Harvey, Emily Breeze and Nur Izzati Mohammed Noh reported from the International Arabidopsis Conference ICAR 2013.
Other guest bloggers:
September 2014: Pete McQuilton and Richard Smith of Nowomics pulled a load of information on plant science publications for us to write a fascinating guest blog post on Arabidopsis publication trends.
June 2014:Laura Dixon gave us a perspective on her June 2014 New Phytologist paper.