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Applied Plant Biology London Fieldcourse 2018 – Part 3

Tozer Seeds & Chelsea Physic Garden by Elizabeth Vanveen (3rd Year Applied Plant Biology) This day differed from previous ones throughout this field trip as it involved visiting two different companies. The first half of the day was dedicated to … Continue reading

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Applied Plant Biology London Fieldcourse 2018 – Part 2

PS3020 is a BEES plant biology field course based in London. Over a packed four days, students visit a range of internationally-renowned institutions as well as several research centres managed by industry. Day 2 – Wakehurst Gardens & The Millennium … Continue reading

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Applied Plant Biology London Fieldcourse 2018

PS3020 is a BEES plant biology field course based in London. Over a packed four days, students visit a range of internationally-renowned institutions as well as several research centres managed by industry. Day 1 – Kew Gardens by Lorna Murphy … Continue reading

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Plant Science London Field Trip – Part 3

by Michael Rochards (APB3) One of the world’s largest agrochemical, seed, and biotechnological companies, Syngenta, is a diverse active site with cross functionality. After tea and biscuits, we were introduced to the company by the biologist Jim Morton, who after … Continue reading

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Plant Science London Field Course – Part 2

Day Two by Bianca Govi (APB3) Today we took a trip to Sussex to complete our tour of Kew by visiting Wakehurst Place. The site is unique in that it houses in-situ and ex-situ conservation efforts, and boasts the highest … Continue reading

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Plant Science London Field Course

Day One by Calum Sweeney (APB3) The day started with a tour of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew (RBG Kew)and their herbarium. The herbarium contains 7 million specimens of approximately 140,000 plant species. Jurriaan de Vos guided us through the … Continue reading

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