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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.

Frontiers
Sharing your research with kids and teens – Frontiers for young minds
Spring 2019
31 May 2019

Are you ready to face the feedback of a team of 8–15-year-olds acting as your reviewers? Frontiers for Young Minds wants you to remember what it was like when you first discovered and felt passionate about your research— and consider writing about your current research for the next generation of scientists!

pbj
New antifungal proteins in plant biofactories
Spring 2019
31 May 2019

Disease-causing fungi that infect plants, animals, and humans pose a serious threat to human and animal health, food security, and ecosystem resilience. In this article, Shi et al. report the production of antifungal proteins (AFPs) in plant biofactories to yields of commercial relevance.