Hetherington Lab

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Scottish Geology Festival 2021

Sandy Hetherington presenting ‘An introduction to the Rhynie chert, the hidden gem of Scottish geology’ for the Scottish Geology Festival run by the Scottish Geology Trust.

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Video summary of Asteroxylon paper

Press release video from the School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh, to accompany publication of the paper titled: An evidence-based 3D reconstruction of Asteroxylon mackiei, the most complex plant preserved from the Rhynie chert. Paper published by Hetherington et al., 2021, in the journal eLife.

Video made by Marie-Anne Robertson.

Video: Hetherington Lab, Video, Asteroxylon
Press release video from the School of Biological Sciences, University of Edinburgh, to accompany publication of the paper titled: An evidence-based 3D reconstruction of Asteroxylon mackiei, the most complex plant preserved from the Rhynie chert. Paper published by Hetherington et al., 2021, in the journal eLife. Video made by Marie-Anne Robertson.

 

Geological Society of London, Innovations in Palaeontology Lecture Series, February 2021 

Sandy Hetherington presenting 'In search of the roots of roots: 400 million years of plant root evolution' to the Geological Society of London. This lecture was the first of the Innovations in Palaeontology Lecture Series given by Sandy as part of his time as the Palaeontological Association Exceptional Lecturer for 2020-2021.

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Sainsbury Laboratory Symposium '20 Pluripotency in Plant Development, September 2020

Sandy Hetherington presenting 'Fossil evidence for the origin of the root apical meristem' 

Video: Hetherington, Video, Sainsbury Lab Conference
Sandy Hetherington presenting 'Fossil evidence for the origin of the root apical meristem'. Sainsbury Laboratory Symposium '20 Pluripotency in Plant Development, September 2020

New Phytologist Next Generation Scientists, July 2019

Sandy Hetherington presenting 'Getting to the root of roots: from fossils to transcription factors'

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