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John Innes Center

February 5, 2016


Scientists disable infectious bacteria by removing protein


January 8, 2016


Milestone resource in wheat research now available for download 


January 6, 2016


The Good and the (B)ugly: new thinking in a post-chemical agriworld


December 11, 2015


Dialogue shows strong support for curiosity-led research


Seeing is believing: high-resolution cryo-electron microscopy validates plant virus research


December 7, 2015


John Innes Centre scientists awarded prestigious five year european research council starting grants


November 30, 2015


John Innes Centre scientists use CRISPR technology to edit crop genes - subsequent generations contain no transgenes


November 25, 2015


John Innes Centre establishes an alliance on global food security with the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences


November 24, 2015


John Innes Centre and Biosciences eastern and central Africa (BecA) strengthen their alliance


November 13, 2015


New progress towards maximising photosynthesis in plants


November 12, 2015


The Genome Analysis Centre announces an important milestone in wheat research 


November 2, 2015


2015 Nobel prize recognises importance of research into medicinal compounds made by plants and microbes


Two JIC projects selected to form part of international wheat research portfolio


October 26, 2015


Scientists produce beneficial natural compounds in tomato – with potential for industrial scale up - Given the opportunity to drink fifty bottles of wine or eat one tomato, which would you choose?


October 14, 2015


The John Innes Centre to showcase at Agritech Week some of the technologies used in science


October 13, 2015


Crop breeding - is it all in the genes?


October 6, 2015


Wheat choice has lasting effect on soil health and wheat yield


October 1, 2015


Watch a crop field grow before your eyes (John Innes Center)


September 30, 2015


iGEM Science in Norwich - Gold award for colon cancer biology team


September 28, 2015


Curiosity-driven science at the John Innes Center


September 9, 2015


Embrapa e instituto britânico de pesquisa buscam avaliar o impacto para a saúde das frutas e hortaliças brasileiras


August 27, 2015


United Kingdom - New pea offers consumers source of greater protein, at same cost to producers (Produce Business UK)


August 25, 2015


How plant sensors detect pathogens


August 21, 2015


United Kingdom - Industry bodies demand "urgent" meeting with Scottish minister over GM ban (HorticultureWeek)


August 14, 2015


OpenPlant Forum 2015 - A two-day meeting bringing together experts from a range of sectors to discuss developing open technologies for plant synthetic biology


August 13, 2015


Progress toward the perfect pea - Scientists at the John Innes Centre have developed peas that will help animals absorb more protein from their diet


July 27, 2015


United Kingdom pulse sector could double in size and value says new report


July 24, 2015


John Innes Centre hosts first Women of the Future Conference


July 21, 2015


Professor Enrico Coen of the John Innes Centre wins premier Royal Society Medal


July 13, 2015


John Innes Centre to become Employer Champion for UK Science Council





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