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The New Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

Through translational research the University of Cambridge and NIAB will provide a focus for industrial innovation and outreach for Agritech

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Are you an Academic interested in Plant Sciences? A business or policy maker looking for expertise? Let's work together in encouraging breakthrough translational research in plant research. Contact us.

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Impact @ PlantSciences

From Food to Health. Read our case studies.

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See who is part of the CambPlants Community

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Our Flagship Project: CINTRIN

The Cambridge-India Network in Translational Nitrogen is investigating ways for sustainable use of nitrogen fertiliser in agriculture in the UK and India.

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Contributing to Society through partnerships: Translational Funding Morning 2017

Jul 22, 2017

On Thursday the 20th of July, the second Translational Funding Morning was held at The Sainsbury Laboratory. This was a very informative and effective morning aiming to increase understanding about translational and innovation funding schemes that can unlock cross-discipline opportunities, support knowledge exchange and enable academia-industry collaborations in plant sciences, food security, animal health and conservation.

Industrial Talk - Algae for Future

Jun 15, 2017

Specific Innovations with Disruptive Impact in the Micro Algae Biotech Sector


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CambPlants is the Cambridge University Hub for all those involved in Plant Sciences.  Our mission is to tackle global challenges by putting plant research into practice.  We do that by providing a point of coordination and a hub for all plant-related activities across the University of Cambridge and beyond.  Contact us to keep updated with the latest news or share information.

How our researchers are helping the World

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