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We offer opportunities for Bachelor and Masters thesis as well as lab rotation projects for undergraduate students (if you are interested in, get in touch with Arne Weiberg

Each winter semester we run a Master´s module (9 ETCS points) on 'Small RNAs in plant-microbe interactions' that presents a historical survey & current concepts of RNAi in animals, plants, and microbes, RNAi in plant immunity highlighting cross-kingdom RNAi as a cutting-edge research field in trans-kingdom RNA transport & communication. This includes a 3-weeks practical course while we teach hands-on experience to students in pathogen and plant small RNA analysis during host-microbe interactions.

Masters practical course "Small RNA" class 2018