The lost art of looking at plants

by Heidi Ledford for Nature
January 29, 2018

The lost art of looking at plants

2017 Plant Anatomy Summer Course

Although the genomics era led many plant biologists away from physiology and morphology, the latest generation of technological advances is steering them back. Read about how imaging technology in particular is renewing the appetite to study plant diversity, fueled by initiatives such as the Arboretum’s summer short course in plant morphology. Read more in Nature.

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Arnold Arboretum Announces 2017 Fellowships and Awards Recipients

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
March 31, 2017

Arnold Arboretum Announces 2017 Fellowships and Awards Recipients

Each year, the Arnold Arboretum selects a number of exciting independent research projects to support through its diverse array of endowed fellowship and award funds. The 2017 Fellows and Awardees are students, post-doctoral researchers, and biological and horticultural science professionals whose studies will utilize Arboretum plants, records, herbaria, library collections, or expertise.

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iPlant Collaborative helps bring genomics to the classroom

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
October 29, 2011

iPlant Collaborative helps bring genomics to the classroom

iPlant Workshop

On October 28-29, the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University was buzzing with twenty two college educators learning and discussing ways to teach genomics in the classroom. The two day CyVerse (formerly iPlant Collaborative) faculty workshop was taught by Jason Williams from the DNA Learning Center of Cold Spring Harbor Labs. Participants comprised faculty from around […]

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