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With plant research stretching from the genetic to the gigantic, we thought it would be worth creating an A-Z of some of the key pieces of work being done here. Where there are plants, there are insects. Our Entomology Department houses a large-range of insects and conducts insect-related research with an overarching aim to help tackle the issue of global food production.
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The short answer is that plants look green to us, because red light is the most useful wavelength for them. Last week we gave you the perspective of one of our most recent Group Leaders. This week, we have one of our more experienced; Professor Robert Sablowski on what it takes to be a Group Leader at a world-leading plant and microbial research institute.
As we recruit the next generation of Group Leaders here at the John Innes Centre, we sat down with one of our most recent, Dr Laila Moubayidin, to find out why she became a scientist and how she went from PhD to Postdoc and on to leading her own lab. Every year at the John Innes Centre we welcome hundreds of scientists from around the world, who are just beginning their plant or microbial research careers.
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