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EMBO Conference on Interdisciplinary Plant Development

last modified Sep 25, 2014 10:57 AM

The Sainsbury Laboratory welcomed over 100 delegates from 19 countries to the EMBO Conference on Interdisciplinary Plant Development. Sessions focussed on:

  • Physical forces, the cell wall and development
  • Self-organising tissue systems
  • Self-organising cell systems
  • Comparative approaches and
  • Network behaviours

 This event marked SLCU's continued efforts to promote collaborative, interdisciplinary research in developmental biology. The conference is part of a planned series of EMBO Plant Molecular Biology conferences. 

 

 

Supported by the Gatsby Charitable Foundation

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