March 21, 2019
Marie Pauline Sell, Nathalie Lackus, Benjamin Bartels, Anja Meents, Christin Uhe and Martin Hoffmann winners of the IMPRS travel awards
During the 18th IMPRS Symposium in Dornburg, Marie Pauline Sell (best poster: ""Effects of the main secondary metabolites of Physalis plants on a specialist and a generalist species of Lepidoptera"), Nathalie Lackus (best talk: "At the edge: How the macronutrient sulfate is used to modify the secondary metabolites salicin and salirepin in poplar"), Benjamin Bartels (best talk: "Mass spectrometry imaging on plants - the ups and downs of method development"), Anja Meents (best talk: "Plants vs. fungi? – How fungal infection alters auxin levels in Arabidopsis roots"), Christin Uhe (best poster: "Beetle-induced plant response leads to a shift in feeding preference of Lymantria dispar caterpillar") and Martin Hoffmann (best poster: "Towards FDR estimation in computational metabolomics")  received the IMPRS travel awards for the best presentations.

Marie Pauline Sell, Nathalie Lackus, Benjamin Bartels, Anja Meents, Christin Uhe and Martin Hoffmann (from left to right).