Yes, yes, I know. This is my first blog post in two months. But, hopefully I’ll be able to make it count. Those of you who follow me on Instagram, @theradicalbotanical will have seen my story asking you if you wanted to see more plant science, or more PhD life posts. Everyone voted 50:50 soContinue reading “Health, headaches and (six) hundred followers”
*Re-printed with permission from TheGIST: Glasgow’s Insight into Science and Technology, originally published on 18th August 2017* Have you ever thought about the journey that your food makes on its way to your plate? Lettuce rationing is just the tip of the iceberg, as of the 2nd February 2017, supermarkets UK-wide started limiting bulk-buys ofContinue reading “Where’s the lettuce? Food, Brexit, & Climate Change”
I’ve started up an instagram account for my blog, documenting day-to-day life in the lab, click here to follow! Or, you can find my profile on the right hand side of this site, under the live Twitter feed. I’ve been so busy finalising my Masters by Research thesis, I’ve really let my blog post contentContinue reading “TheRadicalBotanical on Instagram!”
A very quick post today! Here’s an image of an Arabidopsis primary root, showing the plasma membrane of the cells in red (if you aren’t sure who or what Arabidopsis is, check my last post, here). The green signal is GFP, or green-fluorescent protein. GFP was isolated from jellyfish Aquorea victoria, and fluoresces (glows) bright green under the right conditions. ThisContinue reading “Imagining Imaging”
What plants do plant scientists work with?