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May 2024

Innovative live-imaging system unveils dynamic plant-fungal interactions

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April 2024

New collaboration with RIKEN

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February 2024

Two genetic factors previously linked to above-ground shoot development are essential to differentiate symbiotic root nodules from lateral roots

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December 2023

CRISPR: The cutting-edge solution to tackle parasitic plant threats

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June 2023

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Professor Uta Paszkowski

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May 2023

Uta Paszkowski elected to the German National Academy of Sciences

Professor Giles Oldroyd

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May 2023

Giles Oldroyd appointed British Science Festival Section President

Nematode

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April 2023

New grant to develop COVID vaccine-like technology to revolutionise the study of plant-parasites

Professor Giles Oldroyd

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March 2023

The Precision Breeding Bill has passed into law

Barley

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March 2023

A road map toward self-fertilising cereal crops

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February 2023

New microscopy suite builds the Crop Science Centre’s capability

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January 2023

Cambridge-led consortium receives $35m to boost crop production sustainably in sub-Saharan Africa

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January 2023

Mysterious parasite: How plants develop parasitic organs

Rice

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November 2022

Beneficial fungi induce lateral root development via a generic mechanism

Barley

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October 2022

Discovery of a new mechanism for enhancing symbiotic interactions

Nemotodes

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October 2022

The hologenome theory of susceptibility-gene discovery – an innovative way to boost disease resistance in crop plants

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