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Stress

No, no PhD-stress here, or not more than just a little. I have been teaching a practical course on the measurement of plant stress to our master students. They are asked to study stress levels in plant leaves with the use of two … Continue reading

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The ultimate measuring experience

They look like tiny batteries, round metal cells that hide a measuring instrument and a little bit of memory-space. They are (relatively) cheap and very robust. They are called iButtons and they are more valuable to me than an iPhone. This is … Continue reading

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