The week in links

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Published on: July 27, 2012

At GARNet this week…

– Ruth is heading to the 6th EPSO / 18th FESPB joint Conference in Feiburg and will be keeping us updated on Twitter – you can see her ICAR tweets on Storify.

– GARNet was privy to some UK PlantSci2013 planning and it looks like it will be a great week with exciting speakers from diverse areas of the plant science community. It will be in Dundee in April.

– Workshop talks from the Making Data Accessible to All Workshop hosted by GARNet at Egenis earlier in the month are now online.

– As well as the EU FP7 funding that was launched this month, the EU have earmarked €683 million for life science research in 2013. Go to UKPSF news to find out more.

– The UKPSF are looking for case studies on the impact of UK plant science – do you have any?

– Anne Osterrieder’s guest post on iridescence inadvertently coincided with a Guardian article about growing orchids that use iridescence to mimic insects in your garden.

– We want to encourage you to add yourself to Find a Scientist, the searchable database of plant scientists that lets users search for researchers by research interest, name or institution.

– If you want something to distract you from the weather, try out the Extinct! game on the BBSRC website. I’m afraid to say my outlook as a wild plant was pretty bleak.

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