If you’re not confused you’re not paying attention – the impact of Nagoya on the agricultural plant breeding sector


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Penny Maplestone is a Durham Botany Graduate with a PhD from Bristol University on take-all disease of wheat. She has worked in plant biology since 1986, first as a researcher, then in technical roles with AFRC/BBSRC and now as Chief Executive of the British Society of Plant Breeders. She has broad expertise in intellectual property, regulatory and research issues as they relate to the agricultural plant breeding industry and a strong interest in communications and promoting the benefits and value of plant breeding. Penny is a Fellow of the Society of Biology.