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Tag Archives: Summer School
Updated 1/3/2019 During my time as a PhD student at the University of Reading I have been lucky enough to attend a number of conferences, summer schools, and annual meetings and take part in various other outreach events. With a … Continue reading
Having had another wonderful week in Eger, Hungary I am once again refreshed and revitalised in the world of powdery mildew.
August is the month of the Powdery Mildew Summer School! Like last year, I will be travelling to Hungary, more specifically the town of Eger (140km east of the capital Budapest), for another master class on many aspects of this … Continue reading
The first powdery mildew summer school has come and gone. It was a great success with many things learned and many friends made.
Never in my wildest dreams did I think such a thing could exist. Yet on Sunday 3rd August I will be travelling to Egerfood Regional Research Centre of Eszterházy Károly College in Eger, Hungary.