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CAPTION: Archaea are microbes found in extreme conditions such as hot volcanic pools (above). CREDIT: Malcolm White.
CAPTION: (L to R) Iain Smith MSP was a guest at the recent reception for the 'DNA in the Garden' exhibition. Professor Keith Sillar, Dr Alyson Tobin and Dr Susan Gilchrist of the BBSRC are pictured with him.
A fascinating exhibition, celebrating the discovery of the structure of DNA, will open to visitors at St Andrews Botanic Garden this weekend
CAPTION: Dr White will study the repair systems of archaea - a group of microbes often found in extreme environments such as volcanic pools - to find out more about human repair systems.
PICTURE CAPTION: Bushcricket.