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  • 16 Dec
    Event

    New Xylella Data for UK Risk Assessment and Policy 

    Xylella is not present in the UK, but should it arrive, then the eco-epidemiology needs to be understood. However, there is a great deal of uncertainty over the UK pathosystem compared to the known outbreak locations. This BRIGIT Consortium Meeting session will present the latest Xylella findings from the BRIGIT project, shedding light on some of the uncertainties in a UK context

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  • Blog

    A – Z Microbial Science

    Microbial science may look at the microscopic, but the breadth of microbial research being done here at the John Innes Centre is massive, so here’s an A-Z covering some of it

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  • Blog

    How do plants make starch?

    Starch is all around us- it’s in the food we eat, the paper we write on, and the glue we stick up wallpaper with. The different uses of starch are down to its unique structure, which leads us to the question: how do plants make it?

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