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Welcome to the Pollen RCN Website

The Heat Tree Viewer allows users to analyze a gene family by displaying gene expression data from a comprehensive collection of cell types/tissues, including pollen and other key reproductive cell types, with a phylogentic tree. The output is a gene expression heat...
The 4th Annual Pollen RCN Meeting was held on May 14th 2014 (6pm) - May 15th 2014 (3pm) at the UNC Charlotte City Center Campus in Charlotte, North Carolina. See the announcement flyer for additional details. There was also a Next Generation Sequencing Workshop  ...
Check out the world-wide pollen community-generated research articles, letters, and reviews on pollen biology in the special issue of Molecular Plant on pollen. Read the report on Pollen RCN meetings held in Shanghai (2012) and Tucson (2013), "Pollen and Plant...
We are seeking a post-doctoral research fellow position in DNA barcoding of pollen at Emory University. The post-doctoral fellow will be responsible for both developing the methodology and contributing to its broad application (e.g. to forensics, ecology and evolution...

Welcome to the Web site for the Integrative Pollen Biology Research Coordination Network. Our goal is to promote pollen-related research by sharing methods, helping newcomers to the field, supporting collaborations, educating the next generation of scientists about pollen research, and connecting researchers from primarily undergraduate and/or minority-serving universities with investigators from research-intensive institutions. To achieve these goals, the RCN provides travel subsidies and funds to support summer internships. We also produce workshops and a basic methods in pollen research course. To find out more and get involved in the Pollen RCN, explore the links to the left and above.

If you have questions or comments about the Pollen RCN, please contact our RCN lead PI, Alice Cheung at University of Massachusetts at Amherst, acheung@biochem.umass.edu

If you have suggestions, addition, corrections, and questions about Pollen RCN Web site, please contact Ravi Palanivelu at the University of Arizona, rpalaniv@email.arizona.edu

 

 



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