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Breaking Barriers
Breaking barriers between science and art
Spring 2019
31 May 2019

“I’ll never forget going to some lectures at the London Science Museum when I was 11 and being absolutely blown away to meet an actual real scientist!” says Duncan Cameron, who at the time would hardly have dreamt that one day he would be not only a scientist, but a professor studying symbioses between plants and microorganisms. Or that he himself would be the one inspiring others with science—but using means very different to the traditional lecture!

Jessy Silva
Travel grants to go - Jessy Silva
Spring 2019
31 May 2019

Jessy travelled to Gifu, Japan to attend the International Association of Sexual Plant Reproduction Research (IASPRR) conference and present her research entitled “Unravelling the importance of FLA5 (Fasciclin-like Arabinogalactan Protein 5) in Arabidopsis reproduction”.

Edward Snelling and Dr Tilaye Wube
Travel grants to go - Edward (Ned) Snelling
Spring 2019
31 May 2019

Ned travelled on a research trip to Dr Tilaye Wube’s lab at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia to carry out collaborative research entitled “Scaling of the morphology of the developing heart”.

Dorina Podar
Spotlight on Dorina Podar
Spring 2019
31 May 2019

Angie Burnett catches up with Dorina Podar, a long standing SEB member and researcher at Babes-Bolyay University, Romania. Dorina researches heavy metals and plants and Angie finds out how and why.