MAdLand Seminars

Related MAdLand topics will be presented during the monthly seminars. They will be broadcast online. If you want to attend the seminar as a non-MAdLand member, please register yourself by mailing to .

Date Speaker Topic
12.01.2021 Eva Sundberg (Swedish University of Agricultural Science) Is auxin important for apical stem cells or their offspring in early diverging land plants?
09.02.2021 Hugues Renault (IBMP - Institut de biologie moléculaire des plantes) A glimpse of plant adaptation to land through the biopolymer lens
09.03.2021 Jill Harrison (School of Biological Science, University of Bristol) The genetic basis of body plan evolution in plants
30.03.2021 Ruth Kamm (University of Kiel) Mentoring Programmes for Women in Science. The Example of via:mento at Kiel University
13.04.2021 Paul Kenrick (National History Museum) Origins of land plants: a perspective from the fossil record.
11.05.2021 Jocelyn Rose (School of Integrated Plant Science, Cornell University, Ithaka, USA) Deciphering the structure, function and origins of land plant cell walls: algae, tomatoes and elephants.
15.06.2021 Takayuki Kohchi (Laboratory of Plant Molecular Biology, Kyoto University, Japan) Sexual reproduction and sex differentiation in gametophyte generation *
13.07.2021 Katie Field (University of Sheffield) The roots of change: Mycorrhizal symbioses through the Phanerozoic +
12.10.2021, 3 pm (CET) Jennifer McElwain (School of Natural Sciences, University of Dublin) Tropical Arctic: Lost Plants, Future Climates and the Discovery of Ancient Greenland
09.11.2021 Juan Carlos Villarreal Aguilar (Université Laval, Québec, Canada) will be announced soon *
07.12.2021 Phil Donoghue (School of Earth Sciences University of Bristol) Early land plant evolution

* invitation suggested by the MAdLand PhD students

+ invitation suggested by the MAdLand gender and ethics commitee


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