The recent discovery of a supercluster of galaxies hidden behind our Milky Way grabbed headlines around the world, but the discovery's true significance lies in the fact that it could test our current model of the universe to its limit.
Professor Jill Farrant, UCT Research Chair in Plant Molecular Physiology, recently presented a GlobalTED talk in Geneva, Switzerland on resurrection (extreme drought tolerant) plants and their potential to ensure food security in the face of climate change.
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