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Civic Trust Awards Winner- March 2012

civic trustThe Sainsbury Laboratory has won a Civic Trust Award, with the judges commenting that it is an "exceptionally well conceived, designed and executed building which makes a substantial contribution to the modern architecture of Cambridge." The awards are focused on the benefits to the local community and it is particularly rewarding to see the broader benefits and significance of the Laboratory recognised in this way.

 

 

Supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation

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Katharina Schiessl has been inundated with likes and congratulations for her research published in Current Biology this week. This is a game-changer for researchers aiming to engineer N-fixing into cereals – and her macro photos of nodules and a lateral root are stunning! Follow Kath @kathschiessl on Twitter.

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