#UKPlantSciPresents Webinars

The spring season of #UKPlantSciPresents begins on January 12th and we have a strong schedule set until the end of April! Each webinar is on Tuesday afternoon at 3pm GMT (or BST)!

Registration is free and webinars will be made freely available soon after the event. Although closed captioning/subtitles are not available for live webinars, after the event a transcription can be made available if requested. Please contact Geraint Parry about this.

The #UKPlantSciPresents webinar series runs through GoToWebinar software, which allows simple presentation with the facility for attendees to ask questions in a chat box. A selection of these questions will be moderated by the webinar chairperson.

This series is supported by GARNet, the Monogram Small Grains Network, Bristol Centre for Agricultural Innovation, NovogeneUK and Arabidopsis Events UK.


Upcoming Webinars

April 6th: Alice Baille (University of Bristol) and Ansul Lokdarshi (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6988965809397613839


April 20th: Sara Lopez Gomollon (University of Cambridge) and Ari Sadanandom (University of Durham)
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6941890219054399247


Recordings of Past Webinars

March 23rd: Laura Dixon (University of Leeds): Trying to understand temperature regulated flowering responses in bread wheat


March 23rd: Jill Harrison (University of Bristol): The genetic basis of body plan evolution in plants


March 9th: Joelle Sasse Schläpfer (University of Zurich): How do plants shape their microbiome?


March 9th: Daniel Gibbs (University of Birmingham); The N-degron connects the PRC2 pathway to environmental sensing in plants


February 23rd: Götz Hensel (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf) CRISPR/Cas-mediated mutagenesis of plant traits.

February 9th: Ian Mackay (Scottish Rural College) Overcoming barriers to the registration of new varieties: Why the current system is not fit for purpose.


February 9th: Alexey Shapiguzov (University of Helsinki): How does nuclear poly(ADP-ribose) reader RCD1 control the functions of chloroplasts and mitochondria?


January 26th 2021: Plant Science-focuseed Journal Special.

Participants:
Mary Williams: The Plant Cell, Plant Physiology, Plant Direct
Mike Page: Journal of Experimental Botany
Chris Surridge: Nature Plants
Sarah Lennon: New Phytologist Foundation
Nathan Masters: Frontiers in Plant Science


December 8th 2020: Liam Elliott, University of Oxford: Edge-directed trafficking of receptors for control of cell geometry in Arabidopsis


December 8th 2020: Beatriz Lagunas, University of Warwick: Partnering in time and space: a tale of legume nodulation


Tuesday November 24th: Michael Scott and Funmi Ladejobi, UCL: MAGICal mystery tour: the power of multi-parent crop populations.


Tuesday November 24th: Lindsey Compton, University of Birmingham: Features of an Evolved Autotetraploid Meiosis in Potato


November 10th 2020; Dana Macgregor, Rothamsted Research: Bringing agricultural weeds into the molecular lab


November 10th 2020: Steven Penfield, John Innes Centre: Climate Smart Crops


October 27th 2020: Anjil Srivastava, University of Durham: SUMO proteases: Functional diversity and its potential in crop improvement


October 27th 2020: Chin Jian Yang and Rajiv Sharma, Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC): New ways into plant breeding using eigen/env-GWAS and origin specific genomic selection

October 13th 2020: Alison Bentley, NIAB: Journeys in Wheat Genetics


October 13th 2020: Martin Balcerowicz, SLCU: An RNA thermoswitch controls temperature-dependent daytime growth in Arabidopsis


September 29th 2020: Marcel Bach-Pages, University of Oxford: Proteome-wide Profiling of RNA-Binding Protein Responses to flg22 Reveals Novel Components of Plant Immunity


September 29th 2020: Isabelle Colas, James Hutton Institute: Control of Meiosis in Barley.


September 15th 2020: Sebastian Eves-van den Akker (University of Cambridge): Sex, organs and food security: the curious case of plant-parastic interactions.


September 15th 2020: Charlotte Pain (Oxford Brookes): Shaping the Plant ER


July 14th 2020Sarah Courbier: Far-red light enhances tomato susceptibility towards Botrytis cinerea in a jasmonate- and sugar-dependent manner

July 14th 2020- Jose Gutierrez-Marcos: Phenotypic variation in clonal plants is underpin by cellular memory

June 30th 2020: Jen Sloan: Climate-ready rice: a photosynthetic approach

June 30th 2020: Marc Knight: Decoding calcium signalling in plants


June 16th 2020: Philippa Borrill: Genomics in a giant: understanding gene expression in polyploid wheat


June 16th 2020: Matt Jones: Shades of Green: Untying the Knots of Green Photoperception

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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