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Weeding the Gems - the GARNet community blog

We are recruiting speakers so if you want to promote your research to hundreds of interested attendees please contact Geraint Parry with your idea and a possible talk title. The webinar will be recorded so is a fantastic opportunity for you to obtain a YouTube video to promote your research on a personal or lab website! We chat about auxin 

About GARNet - Weeding the Gems - the GARNet community blog

You can contact GARNet by email on [email protected] Images on this blog are credited to their creators. If no credit is given, they have been bought from Shutterstock by GARNet or been made by GARNet. The Arabidopsis plant in the header banner is by Emmanuel Boutet, via WikimediaCommons. 

GARNet community

GARNET IS THE UK NETWORK FOR PLANT SCIENCE RESEARCHERS THAT HAS A FOCUS ON ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA . GARNet is a BBSRC sponsored network that aims to ensure that the fundamental plant science research community remains competitive and productive at the national and international level by helping researchers make the best use of available funding, tools and resources. 

#UKPlantSciPresents Webinars - Weeding the Gems

Oct 27, 2020 · #UKPlantSciPresents will return in Autumn 2021. We are recruiting speakers so please contact Geraint Parry if you want to give a talk.. Registration is free and webinars will be made freely available soon after the event. 

GARNet Community Podcast - Weeding the Gems

GARNet Community podcasts from 2015-2016. Below are a selection of older discussions from October 2015- August 2016. The ‘more recent’ older podcasts from Sept 2016- April 2019 can be found on the GARNet YouTube channel. The older podcasts were broadly linked by the topic of the paper: 

About Us - GARNet community

GARNet represents the UK Arabidopsis community via its committee of elected members. The current GARNet committee chair is Dr Steven Spoel (University of Edinburgh). GARNet is a community network and we are here to help so please get in touch with the GARNet Coordinator as a first point of contact. [email protected] 

GARNet-Presents Webinar Series - Weeding the Gems

GARNet conducted a short survey to assess community-interest in an UK-focused webinar series that will highlights the excellence in UK plant science. Approximately 100 respondants were supportive of the idea so we are kicking off the GARNet-Presents Webinar series on May 5th 2020. 

News - GARNet community

GARNet Research Roundup: May 7th 2020. 7th May 2020. This edition of GARNet Research Roundup begins with two studies from the John Innes Centre. The first takes a detailed look at meiosis in Arabidopsis arenosa and the second introduces a novel mode of auxin perception. The third paper from the Grierson lab in Bristol uses innovative methods to 

Newsletters - GARNet -

Newsletters - GARNet. NEWSLETTERS. GARNish is the biannual newsletter produced by GARNet for the Arabidopsis and wider Plant Science community. GARNish contains information on the latest news, events and funding, it also highlights exciting new tools and resources, and provides a showcase for the excellent UK Plant Science base. 

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Funding round-up on the GARNet blog; Four year PhD position available at the John Innes Centre; Open access policies in academic publishing; New blog posts on the GARNet blog; Making Data Accessible to All: Report now available; Crop Plant Trait Ontology Workshop, Oregon State University; Society of Biology Life Science Careers Conferences 2012