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Christine Raines
President's Letter Spring 2018
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

Time is moving very quickly and I can hardly believe that I have been in this role for seven months!

Alex Little
Spotlight on.. Alex Little
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

At each SEB annual meeting, the spotlight is shone on some of the Society’s youngest and most ardent delegates during the Young Scientist Award sessions. In 2013, the Animal Section prize was awarded to Dr Alex Little for his talk on the ability of fish to alter their physiology during acclimation to a stressful environment - and if there’s anyone that can understand a stressful environment, it’s an early career researcher.

Steph Johnson
Spotlight on... Stephanie Johnson
Spring 2018
29 April 2018

Former SEB Young Scientist Award Winner Steph Johnson perfectly illustrates how the skills gained through a PhD in research needn’t tie you to the lab bench. Caroline Wood caught up with her to find out what happened since she won the award for the Plant Section at the SEB 2014 Annual Meeting in Manchester.

Raines
President's Letter Autumn 2017
Autumn 2017
01 November 2017

I have been involved with the SEB since my days as a PhD student and joined the Plant Section back in 2001, taking over as Section Chair in 2007 and then Vice President of the Society two years ago. My association with the Society has played an important role in the development of my career, from giving a talk at the Annual Meeting in York which led to an invite to apply for a lectureship – which I was appointed to at Essex in 1988 – to taking on the Editor in Chief role of JXB in 2012.