GARNet-Presents Webinars

The GARNet-Presents series owes a huge debt of thanks to the widely popular Plantae Presents series that has demonstrated that there is a community-need for events of this type.

We will run this series through the GoToWebinar software, which allows simple presentation with the facility for meeting attendees to ask questions in a chat box. A selection of these questions will be moderated by the webinar chairperson. Each week two speakers will present their research over 30minute sessions.


We are looking for Webinar speakers later in the GARNet-Presents series. These will take place on Tuesday 3pm BST every two weeks until July 14th 2020 and then start up again on September 1st 2020.

These are 20minute talks with 5-10 minutes for questions. We run GARNet-Presents through GoToWebinar and will require a decent Wifi connection and a webcam. You’d share your screen for everyone to view as you talk. If you’d be willing to then I’d also like to share the slides you will present with all attendees. Of course this would be minus anything unpublished that you don’t want to share.

If you are interested in presented then please email Geraint Parry with a statement of interest and a talk title. We are hoping to recruit plant scientists of any career stage or research interest.

Webinars will be made freely available on this page soon after the events. Although closed captioning/subtitles are not available for live webinars after the event a transcription will be available with the recording.


Upcoming Events


Recordings of Past Webinars


June 2nd 2020: Joe McKenna: Connecting the dots: Sub-diffraction limited imaging of plasma-membrane nanodomains


June 2nd 2020: Carmen Escudero-Martinez: Mapping Barley genes shaping the rhizosphere bacterial microbiota.


May 19th: Emily Breeze: Targeting the Arms Factory: The emerging role of the endoplasmic reticulum in plant immunity


May 5th- Jonathan Jones- Plant immunity: the zigzagzig turns full circle


May 5th- Yoselin Benitez-Alfonso: An interdisciplinary study of plasmodesmata influence on cell-to-cell signalling and plant development




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