Seminar by Allen Good, University of Alberta

Integrating Genetic and Management Approaches to Nutrient Use Efficiency in Plants

Tuesday 7th October, 10:30-11:30 am, at Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Bush Estate, EH26 0QB

Seminar by Dr. Davide Cammarano

“The Babel’s tower of modelling: Is it possible for crop, cell, and molecular modellers to speak the same language?”

Conference: Plant Evolution in the UK

8,9 September 2014, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

The motivation for the conference, sponsored by New Phytologist, is the under-representation of evolutionary biologists in the UK who work on plants. The aim of the conference is to bring together the community of UK researchers working on Plant Evolution, illustrate the exciting work that is going on in this area, strengthen links between UK research groups and consider how Plant Evolution within the UK can be developed in the future.

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Edinburgh's new plant science network celebrated

June 25th, 2014

A new network bringing together 600 Edinburgh scientists that collectively provide wide-ranging expertise and capability in food security, environmental sustainability and related policy is launched today at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Plant Science (EPS) is committed to delivering fundamental and translational research, education and outreach to ensure that new discoveries in plant sciences can bring benefits for human health, society and the environment.

Seminar Announcement: Professor Stephen long FRS

27th June 2014, 12noon

The Centre for Systems and Synthetic Biology (SynthSys) at the University of Edinburgh is delighted to be hosting Stephen Long, who will speak on ‘Computationally guided systems and synthetic biology approaches to increasing photosynthetic efficiency in crops’

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