Metabolic profiling of secondary products in two related invasive weeds in Australia: Echium plantagineum and Echium vulgare

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Abstract

In: Polish Scientific Networks. 18-20 June 2015, Warszawa, Poland. Warszawa: 2015.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Jun 2015
EventPolish Scientific Networks - Warsaw, Poland
Duration: 18 Jun 201520 Jun 2015
Conference number: 1
https://www.nauka.gov.pl/polish-scientific-networks-informacje/polish-scientific-networks-2015.html

Conference

ConferencePolish Scientific Networks
CountryPoland
CityWarsaw
Period18/06/1520/06/15
OtherThe Polish Scientific Networks conference was organized by the Academy of Young Scientists , the Scholarship Club of the Foundation for Polish Science and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education . - We would like the trend called "brain drain" to be changed into "brain circulation" - said the announcer of the conference Polish Scientific Networks prof. Janusz Bujnicki, ambassador of science and one of its initiators. - Poland offers young scientists many opportunities unavailable today in other countries. Mobile scientists with international achievements and able to translate good ideas into successful grant applications can achieve the most. Thanks to the conference Polish Scientific Networks, we intend to facilitate cooperation and networking. The conference was attended by Poles who study and work at prestigious universities and research institutes around the world, including at the University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, the Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft or the University of California. Young researchers from centers throughout Poland also spoke about their research. Lectures and discussion panels were accompanied by a poster session.
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  • DP130104346

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