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Postdocs and Senior Plant Scientists met for careers workshop and networking
The joint retreat for postdocs working in Cambridge plant sciences research brought together almost 70 participants at the Postdoc Centre in Eddington on the ...
Eight Cambridge researchers elected as members of the European Molecular Biology Organisation
Eight Cambridge researchers - six from the University of Cambridge and two from the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology - are among the 63 scientists from ...
ESRC Research Grants. Apply at any time
Interview with Varinderpal Singh
CambPlants met with CINTRIN partner Varinderpal Singh from Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) to speak about his work on the PAU-Leaf Colour Chart (PAU-LCC), ...
Opportunity to win a ticket to the Oxford Farming Conference!
Upgrading softwood for use in highrise construction
CambPlants Young Innovators visit Bayer's Innovation Farm
Twenty early-career Cambridge University researchers, agronomists and farmers have visited Bayer’s Chishill Research Farm as part of the Young Innovators ...
Festival of Plants 2017
Professor Stephen Long for a public talk on improving photosynthesis for food security.
Industry Talk - MM Flowers
Colum Donnelly and Richard Boyle from MM Flowers were invited by Mariana Fazenda of CambPlants Hub to visit the Department of Plant Sciences on Thursday 2nd ...
CambPlants Industrial Talks: Meiogenix
Industrial Talk - Algae for Future
Specific Innovations with Disruptive Impact in the Micro Algae Biotech Sector
Titanic Tiny wait for the Botanic Garden
The Royal Society of Biology Summer Science Exhibition 2016 - Call for proposals
The Future of Sustainable Agriculture @ SLCU, Festival of Plants 2015
Resources for plant researchers
Building innovation communities through potatoes
Representatives from across the potato industry joined researchers from the University of Cambridge and NIAB at a reception on 21 February 2018 to celebrate ...
Agri-Tech East Young Innovators Forum visit to NIAB Innovation Hub
Gold mining restricts Amazon rainforest recovery
Gold mining significantly limits the regrowth of Amazon forests, greatly reducing their ability to accumulate carbon, according to a new study. The researchers ...
UCAM Press release: UK institutions and Indian government sign agreement on crop science
From the Office of External Affairs and Communications A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on 24 February 2016 at the Ministry of Earth Sciences in ...
Dr Stéphanie Swarbreck interviewed by Cambridge Global Food Security
Dr Stéphanie Swarbreck from the Department of Plant Sciences is featured in the Cambridge Global Food Security “Meet the Researcher” series, where she speaks ...
Improving Rural Livelihoods by reducing crop losses
Last Wednesday the Cambridge Global Food Security IRC and CambPlants Hub co-hosted the Annual Seminar of the Tropical Agricultural Association at the David ...
Festival of Plants 2018 on 19 May
This year's Festival of Plants exhibitors and visitors got to enjoy the event in beautiful May sunshine.
Food Futures events: training and networking with industry
The two Food Futures events were aimed at University of Cambridge PhD students and Postdocs interested in collaborating with the agri-tech or food industry.
Cereals 2018 - Impressions from the arable event
CambPlants joined the University's Bioscience Impact Team along with PhD students and Postdocs from the Departments of Plant Sciences and Land Economy, the ...
SLCU Director presented the OlChemIn Award 2018
The Director of the Sainsbury Laboratory, Professor Ottoline Leyser, was presented with the OlChemIn Award 2018 in recognition of her outstanding research on ...
EU ruling on crop production has a “deep logical flaw”
There is a “deep logical flaw” in the new ruling by the European Court of Justice in its attempt to draw a line between natural and artificial in crop ...
Want to learn more about gametophyte fern photography?
Jennifer Deegan, a visiting researcher at the Department of Plant Sciences, tells us about her photography project.
Annual meeting of the Botanic Gardens Education Network in Cambridge
The Botanic Gardens Education Network (bgen) is a specialist support and training network for professionals working in education related to plants and the ...
Our Plant Sciences Champion experience in the Oxford Farming 2018 conference
TIGR2ESS project being launched
Transforming India's Green Revolution by Research and Empowerment for Sustainable food Supplies