CBGP in the Media 2011



- Thursday, 24 November 2011

A SCIENTIFIC TEAM FROM THE CBGP PARTICIPATES IN THE WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING OF THE SPIDER MITE

An international consortium unveiled the whole genome sequence of the two-spotted red spider, one of the most cosmopolitan agriculture pests on Earth.

Nature

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Larioja.com

 

 



- Monday, 18 July 2011

SPEEDING THE DISCOVERY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL NETWORKS CONTROLLING HOW PLANTS WORK

Scientists from the CBGP have set up a powerful novel system to decipher molecular mechanisms involved in the control of physiological processes in plants.

PLoS ONE

UPM

Madri+d

Actualidad Universitaria

Universia

 

 



- Wednesday, 22 June 2011

SAT CAMPOSEVEN, ADVANCING THE AGRARIAN REVOLUTION

Joint research activities between SAT Camposeven and CBGP.

ABC

 

 

 



- Wednesday, 04 May 2011

SEVERAL EVENTS INVOLVING DR. PILAR CARBONERO IN MAY 2011

Dr. Pilar Carbonero gives the opening lecture of the seminar “Tecnologías, Ingeniería y Ciencias Experimentales: rompiendo fronteras en los estudios de género” at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She has also spoken about women and agronomy in Universidad de Murcia and received te Columela prize from Fundación Andaluza de Ingenieros Agrónomos.

UAM

Europa Press

UPM

 

 



- Monday, 21 March 2011

SKP2A IS AN AUXIN BINDING PROTEIN THAT CONNECTS AUXIN SIGNALING WITH CELL DIVISION

CBGP research group leaded by Dr. Juan Carlos del Pozo found that auxin binds directly and specifically to SKP2A to promote E2FC/DPB degradation and inducing cell division

UPM

Universia

 

 

 



- Sunday, 02 January 2011

HOW PLANTS COUNTERACT AGAINST THE SHADE OF LARGER NEIGHBOURS: THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF SHADE AVOIDANCE REACTION

PNAS report on a collaborative study involving new CBGP scientist, Dr. Stephan Pollmann

PNAS

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