Author: Stephan

Viva virtual conferences

At the end of next month, on the , Stephan will be giving a seminar on the latest results of our laboratory related with the control of the balance between plant growth and plant...

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Great defence by Adrián

Another successful online defence from our group. We are all very proud of Adrián, who defended his BSc project this week in outstanding manner. It was a pleasure to have you around in our...

Royal visit at the UPM today

Together with several other high officials, like the Minister of Universities, Manuel Castells, the President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, and the Mayor of Madrid, José Luis Martínez Almeida, his Majesty...

10 years at the CBGP

Officially celebrating my 10th anniversary at the @CBGP_Madrid today. When moving my lab from the @ruhrunibochum to Madrid in 2010, I never thought that I would stay for so long. However, we came a...

We Welcome a New Member in the Team

We are delighted to welcome as new member in our lab. Gloria is an undergraduate student from our Biotechnology Grade who has already gained some important international exposure. She will conduct pioneer work in...

Two proposals on the ERA server

Great work guys… I really enjoyed working with these two fine young men and promising junior scientists on their project proposals for the upcoming Marie-Curie Individual Fellowship call over the past few weeks. It...

NOT travelling in time of Covid-19

Too glad too early… Part II of the story I was so pumped that we were finally able to overcome all obstacles and fly Dr. Anwar Ali from Pakistan in, to visit the CBGP...

Travelling in times of Covid-19

It was supposed to be a straight-forward thing. Together with Dr. Anwar Ali, a very promising young scientist from Pakistan, who did his PhD at the Chinese Academy of Agriculture Sciences (CAAS) in Beijing,...

New insight into plant-virus interactions

Finally, the article of our collaboration with the group of @KristinaGruden is out and open access. Big congrats once again, and a huge shout-out to the complete Systems Biology team at the National Institute...