Jeremy Solly, Nik Cunniffe and I have written up part of Jeremy's PhD research on mechanisms for shape determination in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha.
We have used a combination of developmental, statistical, computational and pharmacological approaches to address the problem, and the results will be published soon in Current Biology.
Results from Ross Dennis's work in my lab and Paolo Bombelli's work in Chris Howe's lab in Cambridge are now published in Royal Society Open Science.
In it we show that mosses can be grown in waste tip boxes to convert them into fuel cells with sufficient output to power a small radio or environmental sensor, and bacterial contaminants that grow happily with the moss boost the power output.
Congrats to Jeremy and Ross!