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Oxford Brookes has teamed up with the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre at the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Canada, to offer an exciting and unique exchange study project.
The 11th Tri-National Arabidopsis meeting will take place in Zurich in April 2019
First Training School took place in Clermont-Ferrand between October 15th-19th
The first INDEPTH training school takes place in Clermont Ferrand Oct15th-19th 2018. This event has received kind sponsorship from I-SITE Clermont and the University Clermont Auvergne.
Public event on plant epigenetics featuring three members of the INDEPTH consortium
Oxford Brookes University scientists have pinpointed a key gene that controls segmentation during spider development, which reveals a further similarity to the control of segmentation in insects.
Stefanie Rosa provides a report from the 2018 International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR).
Animals as common as earthworms or lizards regenerate their tails and limbs with ease. Learning the tricks that different animals employ to regenerate missing body parts has great potential to help produce human adult cell types or organs in vitro to cure diseases or injuries.
Members of the INDEPTH consortium have recently attended the SEB Main Meeting in Florence and the International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) in Finland.
The INDEPTH Cost Action has supported publication of an article in Nature Communications from the lab of Kirsten Krause entitled 'Footprints of parasitism in the genome of the parasitic flowering plant Cuscuta campestris'