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When he's not tired, fixing his car or caught in train delays, Alun Salt works part-time for the Annals of Botany weblog. His PhD was in ancient science at the University of Leicester, but he doesn't know Richard III.
Posts from other places that I'm blogging.
Was the Olive tree domesticated once or twice? New Phytologist has been weighing the evidence for both arguments recently, but the answer […]
A paper in JXB offers new way to analyse root networks. Reducing a root system to a graph might look like a step away from reality, but it […]
If you want to make the case for Botany's importance anywhere in the world, then this is the book for you. […]
We’re a little late with news of an interesting experiment. The people at Biofortified are crowdfunding research into whether animals […]
Has the age of science-fiction inspiring science passed? Not if the Center for Science and the Imagination at ASU can help it. […]
A science communication paper shows that framing matters when people are asked about climate change fixes. The public has a natural […]
Sometimes a paper comes with an image that deserves more attention. What can you do with images that should be shared? We're adding a […]
If you're hoping to have any career in research, an ORCID can help you identify that you are the person named on your published articles. […]
There will be a Gordon Research Conference on Plant Volatiles January 31 to February 5 2016 on Plant Volatiles chaired by Martin Heil and […]
Eden TV and Chris Packham have a guide on how to produce your nature documentary for YouTube, with the help of some carnivorous plants. […]