3rd November 2016
Everyone in science knows the importance of coffee. If you don’t drink it yourself, you surely know many who do. …
6th October 2016
We take it for granted that major plant diseases – and insect pests for that matter – have a significant …
6th September 2016
Scientists like precision. A love of the precise comes from the need to convey information clearly, so that others can …
25th August 2016
What do Zika, Lyme, Newcastle and Sigatoka have in common? Or Lou Gerhig, Kaposi, Johne and Pierce, for that matter? …
11th August 2016
Holidays are here and it’s time to switch off. No scanning emails or checking your latest score on Research Gate …
2nd August 2016
I keep my eye open for new and interesting diseases and noticed recently that one of the stated reasons for …
c/o Professor Mahmut Tör
School of Science and the Environment
University of Worcester
Our review on Emerging and Contrasting roles of autophagy in plant immunity is out.
We are looking for a new Secretary (https://t.co/o1TldyVpZ0) and a new Membership Secretary (https://t.co/gNdPn0Ox1z) to join us for a three year term commencing in January 2020.
A blessing in disguise?
If GM bananas really turns out to be a solution, perhaps the public may turn towards the technology?
The disguise is pretty good, though
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