C3 researcher wins million-dollar international grant
Your phenotype – that is, everything that makes you "you" - can be identified by such characteristics as your height, skin colour, and the shape of your nose.
Each organism has a number of unique identifiable traits – even algae, which will be the focus of a new project involving Professor Martina Doblin from the UTS Climate Change Cluster.
Professor Doblin’s project ‘Defining the evolvable phenotype landscape for marine phytoplankton,’ has recently been awarded $1,000,000 in funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
Read the full story at Climate Change Cluster News.