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John Innes Center

September 19, 2014


Looks like a blueberry, tastes like a tomato - If genetically modified fruits should be labeled, why not change their color? (ScienceLine)


September 15, 2014


Flowering and frost – how plants erase memories of winter – what Lysenko didn't realise


June 24, 2014


United Kingdom - New crop research could open the door to better performing feed barley (Feed Navigator)


May 14, 2014


United Kingdom - Growing our future: plant science to address global challenges and boost growth


April 26, 2014


The fine tuning of flowering time


January 29, 2014


United Kingdom - Norfolk’s key role at the heart of leading plant science research has been underscored by figures showing it has generated about £350m for the national economy (EDP 24)


January 25, 2014


Bumper harvest for GM purple tomatoes


September 24, 2013


The future of crop protection


September 9, 2013


Moving genes have scientists seeing spots


July 23, 2013


UK Agricultural Technologies Strategy – what it means in the East


July 18, 2013


Why crop rotation works - The Genome Analysis Centre has collaborated in new research led by John Innes Centre scientists that could help explain the dramatic effect of crop rotation on soil health and yield


July 10, 2013


Battle purple tomato: genetically engineered vs. non-GMO (Take Part)


June 23, 2013


Plants do sums to get through the night


June 13, 2013


United Kingdom - Plant breeders highlight key role of biodiversity (FarmingUK)


June 4, 2013


Plant intelligence for better swarm robots


May 3, 2013


More food and greener farming with specialised transporters for plants


February 28, 2013


Growing talent – schools to provide vital knowledge for food security


February 22, 2013


What makes flowers so beautiful?


February 19, 2013


“Growing” medicines in plants requires new regulations


January 7, 2013


Co-founder of anti-GM movement Mark Lynas calls for evidence to replace instinct in GM debate


November 23, 2012


Nitrogen fixing wheat 'possible in the next 20 years' (Farmers Weekly)


November 8, 2012


Nature’s chemical toolkit


October 12, 2012


Small weed helps unravel complex plant defence system


July 27, 2012


So how do plants know when to flower?


May 16, 2012


Plans for China-UK Centre of Excellence for plant research


May 10, 2012


Barley takes a leaf out of reindeer’s book in the land of the midnight sun


April 18, 2012


Plant scientists from Norwich Research Park are gathering evidence on the precise ways in which plants are affected by rising temperatures and falling rainfall levels


April 10, 2012


Innovators 2012 - Professor George Lomonossoff of the John Innes Centre explains how a safe and accessible way to make proteins in plants could revolutionise vaccine screening and yield novel metabolites


April 4, 2012


Plant research reveals new role for widespread protein


November 25, 2011


Brassica research boosted by transformation resources





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