Responsive Mode Spotlights – Spotlight on plant health

The aim of the spotlight is to encourage research proposals in the following specific areas. We welcome proposals in other plant health areas, but they will not considered to be within the scope of the spotlight.

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15 December 2023

Funding for access trials

In this first round of funding, we invite applications that address the challenges of transferable phenomics. In this activity we wish to support projects that compare phenomics approaches at geographically separated sites.

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2 November 2023

PhD Opportunity

Understanding genotypic variation in potato hybrid populations of root morphological and anatomical characteristics – identifying traits for a climate resilient potato. Based at University of Nottingham

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9 October 2023

West Sussex Growers’ Association Conference 10am – 4.30pm at Plumpton College on 9th November in the new Agri-Food centre

The theme of the day is Automation, Innovation and Robotics in horticulture and we are expecting in the region of 150 delegates from horticulture and the related sectors.

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9 October 2023

Euro-BioImaging User Forum: Understanding Plant Biology

The next Euro-BioImaging User Forum will take place online on Thursday, October 12, 2023, from 2 pm-5 pm CEST.

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9 October 2023

Machine learning: An introduction for plant phenotyping researchers

Wed, 25 Oct 2023 10:00 - 15:00 BST In-person Workshop at University of Nottingham - Jubilee Campus

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25 September 2023

1ST CALL FOR PROPOSALS OPEN TO SCIENTISTS FROM ACADEMIA AND THE INDUSTRY

Applications are now open for researchers interested in accessing the AgroServ research services and installations!

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20 September 2023

Inspiring future female leaders in wheat research

Earlier this summer 31 female wheat researchers, took part in the third annual cross-institute career development and networking workshop as part of the Rosalind Franklin Women in Wheat Champions programme led by the John Innes Centre and The Sainsbury Laboratory. The Rosalind Franklin Women in Wheat Champions programme is funded by The Royal Society and BBSRC, with additional funding to support travel grants for this workshop kindly provided by PhenomUK. To read more about this click link below: https://www.jic.ac.uk/blog/inspiring-future-female-leaders-in-wheat-research/

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19 September 2023

UK Plant Phenomics Conference 4th-5th September 2024

Same time, same place. Save the date for next year's conference 2024 UK Plant Phenomics Conference 4th-5th September 2024 Warwick University, Scarman conference centre, Warwick, CV4 7SH

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16 June 2023