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£600k Machine Learning collaboration to supercharge data-driven science
Study reveals RNA G-quadruplex structures in nature for first time
3,000 pea seeds safeguarded in Svalbard seed vault
Cornell to host virtual global wheat conference in October
Cloned stem rust resistance genes offer glimpse of future crop protection
Research gets to heart of organ shape in nature
Compounds show promise in search for tuberculosis antibiotics
Boost for smart green farming innovation
Innovative tools offer reproducibility for Deep Learning
Scientists outline potential of soil-free farming which could see crops grown in desert
Made to ORDER – a web innovation for Brassica research world-wide
Research cracks RNA structural code to create opportunities for plant, animal and human health
Slow growth key to long term cold sensing
Space to grow, or grow in space – how vertical farms could be ready to take-off
Artificial Intelligence works out problem of seed germination tests
A histone modifier that facilitates an epigenetic switch
Funding to study resistance genes in wild wheat will help combat rust diseases
Physical link between RNA processing and epigenetic silencing discovered
Healthy Plants – Healthy People – Healthy Planet 17 June
Healthy Plants – Healthy People – Healthy Planet
Parasitic wasp discovery offers chemical-free pest control for farmers
With repeated evolution to catmint
Plant viruses could be used to prevent and treat human autoimmune diseases
John Innes Centre scientist joins illustrious company in receiving American honour
Two decades of pGreen
China-UK Centre of Excellence expands to tackle global challenges
Finding genes to build a better cancer treatment
Spittlebug spies needed gather evidence on Xylella project
New controls to protect UK trees and plants against damaging threats
Strict new controls to protect UK’s trees and plants against damaging threats
Self-isolation or keep calm and carry on – plant cell’s dilemma
Norwich Research Park scientists join hospital in fight against COVID-19
Research unearths science behind smell of spring
Plants water saving system works like clockwork, it transpires
How three genes rule plant symbioses
Enemy within: how a killer hijacked one of nature’s oldest relationships
Quantitative Plant Biology; what big data can tell us about plants
Fond memories of archivist and Bateson scholar Rosemary Harvey
How plants are built to be strong and responsive
Improving food production with agricultural technology and plant biotechnology; free online course
Vernalization study defines additional phase in universal epigenetic mechanism
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