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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?
With 2016 designated the UN’s International Year of Pulses, Dr Claire Domoney shared the health benefits of pulses and her ground-breaking research on peas in 'On the pulse'.
This issue also includes an article by Professor Giles Oldroyd, a profile of Dame Professor Caroline Dean, and much more.