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John Innes Center

April 12, 2014

JIC’s Professor John Snape to be next CIMMYT Chair

April 8, 2014

How plants become zombies

April 3, 2014

John Innes Center PhD student Philippa Borrill wins research excellence award

April 1, 2014

John Innes Centre achieves silver in Athena SWAN pilot

March 22, 2014

Four new tomato varieties secure BBSRC award of “Most Promising Innovator 2014”

March 14, 2014

Plant Doctors at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham

February 23, 2014

East Anglian researchers in race to develop new higher-yielding wheats (EDP 24)

February 21, 2014

Report details the economic impact of the John Innes Centre

February 19, 2014

First Agri-tech Cluster Director announced

February 8, 2014

Economic impact of the John Innes Centre

January 30, 2014

Cambridge and Norwich win major boost for synthetic biology

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

January 18, 2014

Climate-resilient wheat

January 15, 2014

Ramularia and the 4 Rs - Resistance gene causes susceptibility to second disease

PhD students in India, Ethiopia and Kenya to fight wheat stripe rust

October 12, 2013

Strategic investment in John Innes Centre wheat genetics research has benefits today and for the future

September 24, 2013

The future of crop protection

August 22, 2013

UK & USA scientists collaborate to design crops of the future

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 13, 2013

Crop geneticist Dr Cristobal Uauy awarded a permanent position at the John Innes Centre

June 17, 2013

£1.82M 'Proof of Concept' Fund provides innovation boost for research in Norwich

Professor Cathie Martin, plant biologist and editor-in-chief of the American monthly journal The Plant Cell, made an MBE

May 23, 2013

The world's favorite fruit only better-tasting and longer-lasting

May 10, 2013

Breeding better beer

May 9, 2013

Waxless wheats could help solve wheat yield plateau (Farmers Weekly)

May 4, 2013

Royal Society elects two new Fellows from the John Innes Centre: Professor Mike Bevan and Professor Mervyn Bibb

May 3, 2013

More food and greener farming with specialised transporters for plants

April 18, 2013

John Innes Centre training to help scientists fight disease-causing bacteria



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