Branch Out with our new podcast and discover the surprising world of plants with science and stories from the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney – Australia’s oldest living scientific institution.
EP. 1 - NO PLANTS NO MEDICINE
EP. 2 - NO PLANTS NO FOOD
EP. 3 - NO PLANTS NO ANIMALS
EP.4 - NO PLANTS NO PAST
EP.5 - NO PLANTS NO FUTURE
EP.6 - BOTANY, BRYOPHYTES & A BIZARRE DISCOVERY
EP.7 - BARBARA BRIGGS: DETECTIVE BOTANY & DNA
EP.8 - GARDENS GROW COMMUNITIES
EP.9 - WHAT IS A HERBARIUM?
EP.10 - PLANTS WITH BITE
EP.11 - COW PADDOCK TO BIGGEST BOTANIC GARDEN
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Director of Science and Conservation, Dr Brett Summerell and Branch Out host, Vanessa Fuchs at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.
Scientific Officer, Dr Karen Sommerville and Branch Out host, Vanessa Fuchs looking inside the liquid nitrogen tank where some seeds are being stored at the Australian PlantBank.
Inside the freezer where seeds are preserved for long term conservation goals at The Australian PlantBank at Mount Annan.
Principal Research scientist, Dr Cathy Offord.
Looking inside seeds using an x-ray machine.
Systematic Botanist, Dr Matt A.M. Renner
Agar plates with various plant diseases growing in them at the PlantClinic