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Applications open for STEMM-CHANGE Changemaker Placement Programme
Detoxification enzyme discovery could be used to target major crop contaminant
Helen Mirren voices new plant health animation
Factcheck study shows that Mendel’s statistics add up
RustWatch workshop on MARPLE diagnostics brings together researchers from across Europe
First ‘lab in a field’ experiment reveals a sunnier side of climate change
Dramatic transition in Streptomyces life cycle explained in new discovery
Oat pathogen defence discovery marks an important milestone
Field trials of high iron wheat reap promising first harvest results
Nature’s secret recipe for making leaves
Research uncovers first evidence of RNA-triggered phase separation
New report shines light on challenges faced by technicians working in higher education
Rising from ashes
Plants for Future: John Innes Centre joins European Technology Platform
Wheat and holy grail of crop transformation
Major funding boost for bioscientists of future
Key role for calcium release in root development
Family of crop viruses revealed at high resolution for first time
Carnivorous plant study captures universal rules of leaf making
New Director for Manchester Institute of Biotechnology
Prestigious prize hails half a century of ground-breaking research
Pioneering research investigates healthy impact of a plant-based diet
Norwich Research Park team receives £7.4 million to combat superbugs
Food of Future; free online course launched to inspire next generation of scientists
Discovery could pave way for disease-resistant rice crops
Group Leader Recruitment
Innovative surveillance technique gives vital time needed to track a cereal killer
Research reveals bitter truth of how limonoids are made
European science community urges rethink on genome editing
Urgent need for a global surveillance system to detect and halt spread of emergent plant