Montana (Tana) Rayburn, graduate student, from the Roje Lab participated in the science communication hackathon at the annual ASPB’s Plant Biology 2023 Meeting. Her and her team won First Prize! First prize is free registration and hotel stay at next year’s conference.
IBC faculty Laura Bartley becomes the Director of the Molecular Plant Sciences Graduate Program at WSU.
A consortium of WSU and U of Idaho researchers, led by IBC faculty Helmut Kirchhoff, received funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to set up an advanced plant phenotyping facility (PhenoPlant).
IBC faculty Mark Lange received a Department of Energy grant for studying structure-function relationships in plant terpene synthases.
IBC faculty John Browse receives the Charles Reid Barnes Life Membership Award from the American Society of Plant Biologists.
IBC graduate student Jeremy Boutin (Lange laboratory) receives the Worthy, DePauw & Wang Service Leadership Award of the Graduate and Professional Student Association at WSU.
IBC postdoctoral researcher Abdul Azeez (Bates laboratory) is promoted to Research Assistant Professor.
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