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Plant Power: Improving Crop Plants for Agriculture in Africa
The Legim Project is aimed at contributing to the development of human resources in research areas of demand in South Africa such as plant molecular biology, plant transformation, plant physiology/ biochemistry and bioinformatics. Structured such that all of its research activities involve young South African scientists - black scientists and post-graduate students in particular - the project is ensuring that breakthroughs are made by scientists that are at the beginning of their scientific careers, which opens up avenues for the growth of more projects along different paths.
The Beginner's Guide to Molecular Biology is celebrating 10 years online
10 years ago, we had the vision to explain, in plain English, the basics of Molecular Biology. That is when the Beginners' Guide to Molecular Biology was born.
Today, in a major upgrade to the MBN-Online website, we are offering an extended content that used to be only available to owners of the Molecular Biology Notebook (MBN) CD, a compendium of resource for learning Molecular Biology
Royal Society Summer Science Exhibits
Touchy Feely Fungi: Sensory recognition by fungal plant pathogens
Ladybird, ladybird: unravelling the story of an alien invader
Journey to the Centre of the Earth: the first 23 cm
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