Cathie Martin

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Name: Cathie Martin
First reported Jun 20 2014 - Updated Jun 20 2014 - 1 reports

Grafting tomato plants offers benefits

Leslie CoxSpecial to The RecordWGrafting tomatoes sounds a little crazy, doesn’t it? Imagine slicing through the stem of a young seedling and attaching it to the stem of another seedling. Anyone who handles seedlings knows how risky this can be.Would ... [Published Comox Valley Record - Jun 20 2014]
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 1 reports

Healthful Tomatoes Developers Win Most Promising Innovator 2014 Award

John Innes Centre (JIC) scientists bagged the BBSRC Award for "Most Promising Innovator 2014" for developing tomato varieties with high levels of beneficial compounds. Prof. Cathie Martin and Dr. Eugenio Butelli aimed to redefine the meaning of healthy ... [Published CropBiotech Update - Mar 26 2014]
Entities: Cathie Martin, Fruit
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 1 reports

Innovation, lively discussions and healthy trees

One of my highlights last week was our Fostering Innovation event which was excellently organised by the BBSRC team. At the event we celebrated the finalists for the BBSRC Innovator of the Year 2014 and the Activating Impact competitions. Luke Alphey ... [Published Professor Douglas Kell's blog - Mar 26 2014]
First reported Feb 05 2014 - Updated Feb 05 2014 - 1 reports

7 Genetically Modified Foods That Will Blow Your Mind

WTF, GMOs . You crazy. AquaAdvantage Salmon Currently under review by the FDA, these fish have "the potential to grow to market size in half the time of conventional salmon," according to AquaBounty Technologies, and "are identical to other Atlantic ... [Published BuzzFeed - Latest - Feb 05 2014]

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...color is meant to give tomatoes a pigment known as anthocyanin, an antioxidant found in fruits like blueberries that may help fight cancer . "with these purple tomatoes you can get the same compounds that are present in blueberries and cranberries that give them their health benefits" says Professor Cathie Martin, one of the developers at the John Innes Centre in the U K "But you can apply them to foods that people actually eat in...

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Grafting tomato plants offers benefits [Published Comox Valley Record - Jun 20 2014]
Innovation, lively discussions and healthy trees [Published Professor Douglas Kell's blog - Mar 26 2014]
Healthful Tomatoes Developers Win Most Promisin... [Published CropBiotech Update - Mar 26 2014]
7 Genetically Modified Foods That Will Blow You... [Published BuzzFeed - Latest - Feb 05 2014]
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Innovation, lively discussions and healthy trees [Published Professor Douglas Kell's blog - Mar 26 2014]
One of my highlights last week was our Fostering Innovation event which was excellently organised by the BBSRC team. At the event we celebrated the finalists for the BBSRC Innovator of the Year 2014 and the Activating Impact competitions. Luke Alphey ...
Healthful Tomatoes Developers Win Most Promisin... [Published CropBiotech Update - Mar 26 2014]
John Innes Centre (JIC) scientists bagged the BBSRC Award for "Most Promising Innovator 2014" for developing tomato varieties with high levels of beneficial compounds. Prof. Cathie Martin and Dr. Eugenio Butelli aimed to redefine the meaning of healthy ...
7 Genetically Modified Foods That Will Blow You... [Published BuzzFeed - Latest - Feb 05 2014]
WTF, GMOs . You crazy. AquaAdvantage Salmon Currently under review by the FDA, these fish have "the potential to grow to market size in half the time of conventional salmon," according to AquaBounty Technologies, and "are identical to other Atlantic ...
‘Forbidden fruit’: Researcher growing GM purple... [Published National Post - Top Stories - Jan 27 2014]
Professor Cathie Martin, a plant biologist at the John Innes Centre, in Norwich, U.K., has nothing against red tomatoes. Not personally. They are what they appear to be: juicy components in salads and BLTs, multipurpose spheres that taste good on their ...
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