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John Innes Center

May 27, 2015


Science collaborations can help beat wheat disease, conference told (Evening News 24)


April 22, 2015


A root map for growth - How a plant grows is influenced by nutrient transporter patterns on its roots


April 9, 2015


Exotic plant fungus yellow rust a 'serious threat to UK wheat production' (FarmingUK)


April 8, 2015


Enriched broccoli Beneforté reduces cholesterol


April 1, 2015


Landmark case on Beneforte broccoli patent


March 31, 2015


Scientists discover why flowers bloom earlier in a warming climate


March 12, 2015


Novel online bioinformatics tool significantly reduces time of multiple genome analysis - UK research collaboration develops a new bioinformatics pipeline that enables automated primer design for multiple genome species, significantly reducing turnaround time


March 11, 2015


Scientists transfer pathogen-sensing ‘antenna’ gene to wheat


March 2, 2015


New genomics-driven surveillance to track crop diseases and tackle emerging and re-emerging crop pathogens that threaten global food security


Global surveillance leaves 'cereal killers' nowhere to hide


February 26, 2015


Aggressive plant fungus threatens wheat production


February 9, 2015


United Kingdom - Scientists reflect on public opinion as they define plant and microbial science strategy


February 3, 2015


Scientists unlock one of nature’s best-kept secrets: how plants make natural medicines


January 23, 2015


New world-class scientific collaboration to use genomics to combat devastating crop rusts - Seven scientific teams from the co-located Institutes The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC), John Innes Centre (JIC) and The Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL), have joined forces in the fight against rust fungi which can cut crop yields by up to 80 percent*


January 12, 2015


How new types of peas are reducing the need for additives


January 6, 2015


CFP - Cultivating Innovation: How (and how not) to think about intellectual property in agriculture and plant science - A one-day interdisciplinary conference


December 16, 2014


Mother plants teach seeds about seasons and give them a thicker coat when it’s cold


November 27, 2014


The Genome Analysis Centre and the John Innes Centre identify new genetic markers to combat yellow rust disease in wheat 


November 13, 2014


New research offers clue for 'the abominable mystery': auxin causes radial patterning in plant reproductive organs


November 4, 2014


BBSRC Excellence in Bioscience Award for Professor Caroline Dean, John Innes Centre


October 14, 2014


Progress towards sustainable, biological nitrogen fixation


October 3, 2014


Wild grass provides target for wheat, barley breeding research at the John Innes Centre (The Crop Site)


September 15, 2014


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


September 9, 2014


John Innes Centre announces WISP course on Wheat Genetics 2014


Wild grass could provide new targets for wheat and barley breeding research


September 8, 2014


Barley business for beer brewing nets scientists enterprise funding


August 19, 2014


Uncovered, the mystery of exchanging genes with wild relatives - The genetic mechanism controlling wheat breeding has been uncovered by a team of scientists at the John Innes Centre


August 5, 2014


Tomatoes for Cosmetics: Innovators of the Year launch new biotech company at NRP Centrum


£5m molecular farming facility announced at Norwich Research Park launch


July 14, 2014


New Centre of Excellence for Plant and Microbial Science to further Sino-UK collaboration





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