Tomato Body Horror

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We’re back. We were never really gone. We had just hurt our individual faces and now they’re in good enough shape to drag them in front of the microphones. This week, we talk about coffee, rat spines and glow-in-the-dark plants. Keep your faces intact and enjoy!

Paper of the week

Bing Cheng, Heather E Smyth, Agnelo Furtado, Robert J Henry, Slower development of lower canopy beans produces better coffee, Journal of Experimental Botany, , eraa151

Fun Stuff

The ABCD meeting framework:
All continents
Balanced Gender
Carbon transport
Diverse backgrounds

Glow-in-the-dark plants

“nobody will have scary rat spine hands”

Tomato body horror

Penguin debauchery

National Theater at home

Cat vs control experiment

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Our opening and closing music is Caravana by Phillip Gross

Until next time!

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