We invite you for another exciting event in our Easter term seminar series.

We will have two fantastic speakers –

  • Dr Bhavani Shankar (SOAS, University of London) who will present Leveraging Agriculture for Nutrition in South Asia (LANSA programme)
  • Prof Theresa Marteau (Behaviour and Health Research Unit, Cambridge) will speak on intervening to change dietary behaviour to improve population and planetary health.

When: 3 May 5pm – 7pm

Where: Alison Richard Building, SG2

Categories: Upcoming events

Claire

PhD student in the RNA Silencing and Disease Resistance group, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge Claire's current research is on the mechanisms of RNA silencing in a green alga, a simple plant species. RNA silencing is a term that describes a number of critical regulatory pathways that are found in plants and animals and further understanding of these pathways could see the development of biotechnological solutions to issues of crop yield and plant disease.

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