We’ve received notice that Kadmiel Maseyk from Open University will be granted a BrittInn fellowship which will allow him to conduct a research stay at the Biomet group in February 2019!
Tomorrow Monday, Kadmiel Maseyk (Open University, UK) will be giving a presentation in the Institute Seminar series on “Shedding light on the dark reactions of photosynthesis: lessons from new approaches to large scale analysis”. Today, we got on the mountain bikes and went for a ride.
The group at lunch time with Kadmiel (3rd on right).
Kadmiel and Georg prepared for the ride down with Pfeishütte in background.
This week Georg met up with Dan in St. Anton during his holidays for talking some science and of course for exploiting the great snow conditions.
Yesterday, Elena Popa (Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Utrecht) was visiting us to talk CO and COS exchange of soils and plants and give a talk in the seminar series “Ökologisches Kolloqium”. Afterwards a few Biomet folks enjoyed a typical dinner with Elena (picture by Felix).
This Monday, Alessandro and Gemini (University of Udine) visited us to discuss the results of this year’s measurement campaign at Ariis, where a wildtype and chlorophyll-deficient soybean mutant were compared in a large-scale field experiment, to which we participated measuring COS and CO2 fluxes, as well as sun-induced fluorescence.
In the afternoon, Alessandro gave a well-received presentation in the Institute’s seminar series, blending their previous and current research results on soybean.