PubhD event - Cereal killers, hybrid monsters, yams and wheat breeding

On Tuesday 26th April, four PhD students from Earlham Institute will present their research at the Cellar House in Eaton as part of PubhD. The showcase, entitled “Cereal killers, hybrid monsters, yams and wheat breeding,” will provide a fascinating insight into the varied topics that we research at EI, as well as the vital work undertaken by postgraduate students.

Event details.

Start date:

26 April 2016

End date:

26 April 2016

Time:

19h00 - 22h30

Venue:

The Cellar House, Eaton, Norwich

Registration deadline:

09 June 2016

Cost:

Free

About the event.

On Tuesday 26th April, four PhD students from Earlham Institute will present their research at the Cellar House in Eaton as part of PubhD. The showcase, entitled “Cereal killers, hybrid monsters, yams and wheat breeding,” will provide a fascinating insight into the varied topics that we research at EI, as well as the vital work undertaken by postgraduate students.
Pilar Corredor-Moreno – “Under the attack of a cereal killer”
Ricardo Ramirez – “Wheat improvement: traditional selection meets genomics”
Ben Ward – “Hopeful hybrid monsters”
Ben White – “A tale of two yams”

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