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Raquel Da Sousa
Travels with my grant - Raquel Da Sousa
Spring 2017
29 April 2017

It was good to see what other people are currently doing in my field or model organism, the honey bee. However, attending talks on other insect models, such as ants and even stingless bees (non native to Europe), was great as it opened me to new opportunities to explore my research questions. Also, you get a better idea about who is doing this or that type of research.

2017 Entrants to FameLab
Dare you enter the fame lab?
Spring 2017
29 April 2017

In today’s fast-paced world of short attention spans, effective communication depends on getting your key messages across as quickly as possible. But could you explain your research to a public audience in just three minutes?

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JXB celebrates C4
Spring 2017
29 April 2017

Fifty years after the discovery of C4 metabolism the research field is resurgent, with the aim to introduce this pathway into C3 rice. A JXB special issue celebrates both the discovery and recent achievements in elucidating the evolution and development of the C4 syndrome.

Bennett Young
Spotlight on...Bennett Young
Spring 2017
29 April 2017

“Communicating and building relationships with people is the best part of my job,” says Bennett Young, assistant editor of SEB’s Journal of Experimental Botany (JXB). “It’s a great job if you like to be in the academic world, but don’t want to be doing the research yourself.”