I know very little about molecular plant biology, but I typed 'plants' into the 'search' box and it cam up with 126 projects!
On the side panel click 'Search Database' and then in the box marked 'Keyword' type something like 'plant' or 'molecular biology' and then read down the list at various projects on offer.
If you can't find anything why not search for magazines related to Biology on the internet, or look at the New Scientist website that advertises PhD positions
Wageningen university in the Netherlands is one place you could try:(http://www.wageningenuniversiteit.nl/UK/research/specialisation/Plant+and+animal/).
Theres a massive banner ad with a load of blimming giraffes on it! How can people miss that?!
Anyways, when I first did a search for help with interviews, the first link was straight to the forum and not the main site. If people are just googling their queries, they may miss the search site.
Heh...you won't believe this, but I had no idea what you meant with giraffes. I've only just notiec them now that you told me to look for them.
Ignoring banners is a reconised psychological phenomenon; it was discussed in New Scientist a few weeks ago. Advertisers are having to resort to new tricks these days.
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