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What a tiny microbe from the sea has taught me about life
Penny Chisholm, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, Crafoord Prize Laureate 2019. Welcome remarks by Ove Eriksson, Chairperson of the Crafoord Committee for Biosciences. Introduction by Karin Rengefors, Lund University. Panel discussion with Penny Chisholm, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; Olof Berglund, Lund University; Hannah Blossom, Lund University and Catherine Legrand, Linnæus University. From: Crafoord Academy Lecture 2020 – What a tiny microbe from the sea has taught me about life, 2020-11-10.
How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? Introduction
Dan Larhammar, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and Stefan Jansson, Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? 2019-08-27.
Genetics, from Mendel over McClintock to today
Ottoline Leyser, Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK. Chair: Roland von Bothmer, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? 2019-08-27.
Agrobacterium and biotechnology
Professor emeritus Marc van Montagu, Belgium. From: How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? 2019-08-27.
How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? Discussion
Discussion with Professor emeritus Marc van Montagu, Belgium and Professor Ottoline Leyser, Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK. Chair: Roland von Bothmer, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? 2019-08-27.
Photosynthesis and metabolism in a changing World
Mark Stitt, Max-Planck-Institut für Molekulare Pflanzenphysiologie, Potsdam-Golm, Germany. From: How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? 2019-08-27.
Plant science and society: What can they expect from each other?
Panel discussion with Carina Knorpp, Senior Advisor, Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation; Annette Schneegans, Senior Expert, DG Agriculture and Rural Development, European Commission; Gunnar Öquist, Professor, Umeå University; Katherine Kahn, Senior Program Officer, Agricultural Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Kjell Ivarsson, Senior Policy Advisor, the Federation of Swedish Farmers and and COPA-COGECA. Chair: Stefan Jansson and Ove Nilsson, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Concluding remarks by Stefan Jansson, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: How can basic plant science contribute to feeding the world? 2019-08-27.
The power of diversity: What Prochlorococcus can teach us about life
Crafoord Laureate Sallie W. Chisholm, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, USA. Opening address by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and chair Daniel Conley, Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Introduction by Jarone Pinhassi, Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
Going where the wild things are: understanding microbial interactions in the sea
Alexandra Z. Worden, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany. Introduction by Daniel Conley, Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
The ecological importance of marine viruses
Corina P.D. Brussaard, NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Introduction by Daniel Conley, Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
One drop of seawater, one million organisms
Ramunas Stepanauskas, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, ME, USA. Introduction by Lars Tranvik, Member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
Pairing up in the Plankton: evolution, ecology and activity of cyanobacteria symbiosis
Rachel Foster, Stockholm University, Sweden. Introduction by Lars Tranvik, Member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
The evolution of modes of nutrition in forest fungi – from wood decay to symbiosis
Francis M. Martin, INRA French National Institute for Agricultural Research, France . Introduction by Lars Tranvik, Member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
Station ALOHA: a proving ground for microbial oceanography
David M. Karl, University of Hawaii at Manoa, HI, USA. Introduction by Lars Tranvik, Member of the Crafoord Prize Committee. From: The Crafoord Symposium in Biosciences – How Microbes Rule the World, 2019-05-14.
Tiny cell, global impact: A journey of discovery with a microbe from the sea
Sallie W. Chisholm, Crafoord Laureate 2019, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Cambridge, USA. Introduction by Ove Eriksson, Chairman of the Crafoord Prize Committee in Biosciences, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: The Crafoord Prize Lecture in Biosciences 2019, 2019-05-13.
Crafoord Prize in Biosciences 2019
Sallie Chisholm receive the Crafoord Prize in in Biosciences 2019 “for the discovery and pioneering studies of the most abundant photosynthesising organism on Earth, prochlorococcus”. Video News Release: Crafoord Prize in Biosciences 2019, 2019-01-17.
The ocean: a world ruled by microorganisms
Carlos Pedrós-Alió, National Center for Biotechnology (CSIC), Madrid, Spain. Introduction by Jarone Pinhassi, member of the Academy’s class for biosciences. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2018-05-16.
Scientific wellness and healthcare
Leroy Hood, Institute for Systems Biology. From: Molecular Frontiers Symposium and Youth Forum. Tailored biology: Fundamental and Medicinal Insights, 2017-05-24.