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The Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Gordon Betty Moore Foundation have selected 15 plant scientists to join a new initiative to accelerate basic research in plant science.

Rob Martienssen, who leads the plant biology group at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, was selected for his work in plant epigenetics. He has published several papers about the link between RNA interference, histone modification, and chromatin structure.

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