Cyber book of life unlocks gardens' secrets

Reply Mon 19 Apr, 2004 09:25 am
From the article in the Guardian (see link HERE!):

"Kew scientists are compiling the first volumes of the cyber book of life. In the next few years - in some cases already - researchers, farmers, foresters and gardeners anywhere in the world will be able to click a mouse and call up via the internet a high-resolution image of a rare plant preserved in the herbarium of London's Royal Botanic Gardens for more than 200 years."

Royal Botanic Grdens, Kew
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Reply Mon 19 Apr, 2004 10:29 am

Marvelous site. I've put a shortcut on my desktop and when I survive the little bits of horrid reality in my way today, I'll have a good wallow in High Status Gardening.

Brave New World!

Thank you.
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