Not one, but two seminars: Björn Lindahl about symbiotic composition in boreal soils & Paul Ashton about genes and grasses in meadow

Seminars of Department of Botany, Doctoral School of Earth Sciences and Ecology and Centre of Excellence EcolChange

Speaker1: Prof. Björn Lindahl is based at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. He is visiting the Department of Botany to act as opponent at the PhD defence of Petr Kohout on December 10th, at 9:15 AM in Vaga auditorium, Lai 40-218, Tartu.

Title of the talk: Symbiotic decomposition in boreal forest soils

Time: Tuesday, 11. December 2018 at 10.15

Place: Tartu, Lai 40-218 (Vaga auditorium)

Speaker2: Prof. Paul Ashton is based at Edge Hill University, United Kingdom. He is visiting the Department of Botany to act as opponent at the PhD defence of Lisanna Schmidt on December 12th, at 9:15 AM in Vaga auditorium, Lai 40-218, Tartu.

Title of the talk: Let the grass grow and the genes flow! Lessons learned from research into hay meadow vegetation

Time: Tuesday, 11. December 2018 at 15.15

Place: Tartu, Lai 40-218 (Vaga auditorium)

N.B. After the second seminar everyone is welcome to coffee/tea and snacks in the seminar room (coffee room, ground floor).

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Instead of a joke, a little addition to the commandments: let the grass grow, the genes flow, and keep the aspidistra flying! (pic from here

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Additional information: Maarja Öpik, maarja.opik@ut.ee

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