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Cambridge-India Network for Translational Research in Nitrogen (CINTRIN)

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Cambridge-India Network for Translational Research in Nitrogen (CINTRIN)

CambPlants is coordinating the centre which led by NIAB's Dr Tina Barsby and involves University of Cambridge Professor Howard Griffiths from the Department of Plant Sciences and Professor Ottoline Leyser from Sainsbury Laboratory , as well as colleagues from ADAS, ICRISAT, Punjab Agricultural University and NIPGR Delhi.

An investment  with a total value of £3.3M co-funded by the DBT Bhabba will fund

The aim of CINTRIN is to form an international network to inform the sustainable use of nitrogen fertiliser in agriculture through training, capacity building and innovative research. Find out more about the CINTRIN network an join here

Read BBSRC press release.

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