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Previous issues of Advances
George's marvellous medicines, how plants breathe, battling algal blooms and celebrating 50 years in Norwich.
Also in this issue: Dame Caroline Dean reflects on an important message.
A brassica breakthrough from Dr Judith Irwin, the microscopic battleground in our soil, and 50 years of research at the John Innes Centre.
Also in this issue: Three students reflect on an exciting summer school in Arusha, Tanzania.
Winning the 2016 BBSRC Excellence with Impact Award has enabled the John Innes Centre to increase its support to schemes such as African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD).
Also in this issue: how can we fight back against the threat of antimicrobial resistance?