For those that missed the PhD defence of Maria Cecília Dias Costa, but would still be interested to have a look (or for those who were present, but want to have another look): you can find the recordings of this event via this link.
This is a two day special session on Seed Biology at The Society for Experimental Biology’s annual meeting. This session will bring together leading researchers in the field of seed biology. Scientific sessions will be linked with the practical application of this research into an industrially relevant context. Industry partners will also participate in this session exploring the full spectrum of seed research, from laboratory to field
As the world's population grows and the effects of climate change come into sharper relief, we'll have to feed more people using less arable land. Molecular biologist Jill Farrant studies a rare phenomenon that may help: "resurrection plants" -- super-resilient plants that seemingly come back from the dead. Could they hold promise for growing food in our coming hotter, drier world?
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