Cathie Martin

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Name: Cathie Martin
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Innovators 2014 part one - Luke Alphey and Oxitec

Apr 14BBSRC Innovator of the Year 2014 winners reveal the secrets behind their innovations in the first of three articles.In this, the first, Overall Innovator winner Professor Luke Alphey of The Pirbright Institute recalls the ups and downs of his journey ... [Published BBSRC - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

ASPB names 2014 awards recipients

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 16-Apr-2014ROCKVILLE, MD -- The American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2014 awards, honoring excellence in research, education, outreach, and service.Charles Albert Shull AwardLibo ... [Published EurekAlert! - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 2 reports

Healthful Tomatoes Developers Win Most Promising Innovator 2014 Award

| ISAAAJohn 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 ... [Published BioPortfolio - Mar 26 2014]
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 2 reports

CE's Blog: 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 BBSRC - Mar 26 2014]
First reported Mar 24 2014 - Updated Mar 24 2014 - 1 reports

Top Tomatoes Secure “Most Promising Innovator” Award

24 Mar 2014 --- The goodness of 27 bottles of red wine without the alcohol and the benefits of tofu without the texture – tomatoes with high levels of beneficial compounds win John Innes Centre scientists the BBSRC award of “Most Promising Innovator ... [Published Food Ingredients First - Mar 24 2014]
First reported Mar 21 2014 - Updated Mar 21 2014 - 1 reports

Luke Alphey wins Innovator of the Year 2014 at BBSRC’s Fostering Innovation awards

Mar 21 Activating Impact award for Queen Mary University of London and King's College London Luke Alphey, The Pirbright Institute , wins Social Innovator category and is named overall winner Curtis Dobson , The University of Manchester , wins Commercial ... [Published BBSRC - Mar 21 2014]
First reported Mar 18 2014 - Updated Mar 18 2014 - 1 reports

Frankenfood debate lurches back into life

GENETICALLY MODIFIED crops are on the agenda again as supporters raise fears the EU?s hostility could mean missing out on major benefits.Genetically modified food$ is firmly back on the agenda. After a year in which the controversial technology resurfaced ... [Published Foodservice Footprint - Mar 18 2014]
First reported Mar 18 2014 - Updated Mar 18 2014 - 1 reports

Only one variety of GM crop is commercially cultivated in the EU

Restrictions have compelled only one variety of GM crop to be cultivated in European Union (EU).A new report on genetically modified (GM) crops, commissioned by the prime minister, calls for more UK field trials and fewer EU restrictions.The Council for ... [Published Spy Ghana - Mar 18 2014]
First reported Mar 15 2014 - Updated Mar 15 2014 - 1 reports

Property values plummet next to Palmer's Coolum Resort

HOME values in the estates neighbouring Clive Palmer's Coolum Resort have plummeted, in some case to less than half their value.One award-winning home in the Lakes estate sold last Friday at nearly less than half its valuation of five years earlier.Real ... [Published Sunshine Coast Daily - Mar 15 2014]
First reported Mar 15 2014 - Updated Mar 15 2014 - 1 reports

UK scientists call for less regulation of GM crops

Developing genetically modified (GM) crops could improve public health, but trials are being hampered by EU restrictions, according to a group of British scientists. The Council for Science and Technology found that current regulations in the sector are ... [Published Voice of Russia - Mar 15 2014]
First reported Mar 14 2014 - Updated Mar 14 2014 - 1 reports

UK scientists call for new GM trials

A new report on genetically modified (GM) crops, commissioned by the prime minister, calls for more UK field trials and fewer EU restrictions.The Council for Science and Technology (CST) wants "public good" GM varieties to be grown and tested in the ... [Published BBC - Mar 14 2014]
First reported Jan 27 2014 - Updated Jan 28 2014 - 1 reports

‘Forbidden fruit’: Researcher growing GM purple tomato in Canada after facing regulatory nightmare in U.K.

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 ... [Published National Post - Top Stories - Jan 27 2014]

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Innovators 2014 part one - Luke Alphey and Oxitec [Published BBSRC - Apr 16 2014]
ASPB names 2014 awards recipients [Published EurekAlert! - Apr 16 2014]
Healthful Tomatoes Developers Win Most Promisin... [Published BioPortfolio - Mar 26 2014]
CE's Blog: Innovation, lively discussions and h... [Published BBSRC - Mar 26 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]
Top Tomatoes Secure “Most Promising Innovator” ... [Published Food Ingredients First - Mar 24 2014]
Luke Alphey wins Innovator of the Year 2014 at ... [Published BBSRC - Mar 21 2014]
Frankenfood debate lurches back into life [Published Foodservice Footprint - Mar 18 2014]
Only one variety of GM crop is commercially cul... [Published Spy Ghana - Mar 18 2014]
Property values plummet next to Palmer's Coolum... [Published Sunshine Coast Daily - Mar 15 2014]
UK scientists call for less regulation of GM crops [Published Voice of Russia - Mar 15 2014]
UK scientists call for new GM trials [Published BBC - Mar 14 2014]
7 Genetically Modified Foods That Will Blow You... [Published BuzzFeed - Latest - Feb 05 2014]
‘Forbidden fruit’: Researcher growing GM purple... [Published National Post - Top Stories - Jan 27 2014]
Purple GM tomatoes one step closer to UK shelves [Published The Independent - Jan 25 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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