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A networking organisation for plants-related research and impact

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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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Get involved with CambPlants

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

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Impact @ PlantSciences

From food to health, and from rare minerals to climate change. Our case studies that highlight the expertise of our researchers in plants for the future.

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Flagship events

CambPlants organises activities at Cambridge Science Festival, Festival of Plants, and many more. Come along!

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4 Key Takeaways from Cereals 2019

Jun 25, 2019

Taking a group of University of Cambridge academics – from the departments of Plant Sciences, Geography and Land Economy – to Cereals 2019 was a fascinating and revealing clash of cultures. We spend so much time in our respective bubbles, it is always healthy to get exposure to the other worlds – attending the largest farming show in the country did just that!

YIF learned about potato and onion storage at Elveden Estates

Nov 01, 2018

The Young Innovators' Forum (YIF) visited Elveden Estates on 10 October. Read on to see what one of the participants, Roxanne Sicat from the Department of Plant Sciences, thought about the visit.

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CambPlants is an umbrella organisation for those involved in plant-related research at the University of Cambridge, and the point of contact for external interested parties. We provide support for impact and translation activities – be that public engagement, industry collaboration, or informing policy. We help build relationships within the university and facilitate new interdisciplinary collaborations, as well as engaging with industry. Contact us to keep updated with the latest news or share information.