Plants: Local and Global by Liam Dolan

Plants: Local and Global by Liam Dolan
Sat 20th August
7:15 pm - 8:30 pm

The Beehive Bar

Donegal GAP Heritage and History Group

Plants play important roles in our lives. They provide humanity with food, medicine, clean air and fuel. They also play critical roles in the environment and buffer the planet against changes caused by humans. This presentation will highlight the importance of plants to humanity using examples from local, Donegal heritage and from around the world.

Liam Dolan is a senior scientist at the Gregor Mendel Institute, Vienna and emeritus fellow of Magdalen College Oxford. His research uses genetics to understand how plants develop and evolve. His was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in recognition of his contributions to science. He was the Sherardian Professor at the University of Oxford until 2020 and Trustee at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, until 2022.

This event takes place before ‘An Hour with Charlie Boyle and Friends’.

Further info: Plants: Local and Global by Liam Dolan | National Heritage Week 13 – 21 August 2022

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