Tag: Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge

Clean sweep for agriculture

The Field Scanalyzer’s digital array of cameras, laser scanners and sensors provide continuous data on performances of experimental crops

Agricultural research and development features prominently under “Clean Growth”, one of the four Grand Challenges of the government’s new “Industrial Strategy: building a Britain fit for the future”, announced today.

“We will put the UK at the forefront of the global move to high-efficiency agriculture,” says the 255-page white paper. “Over the coming years, we will increase the incentives for investment in sustainable agriculture, helping to grow the markets for innovative technologies and techniques.”

Changing of the guard – research sheds light on how plants breathe

New research is set to change the textbook understanding of how plants breathe.

In research published in Plant Journal, a team led by Professor Richard Morris from the John Innes Centre, Norwich, Professor Silke Robatzek of The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, and collaborators from the University of Madrid, developed the first ever full 3D model of a guard cell.