Current UK Phenotyping Platforms

A UKRI Infrastructure Scoping Project. Integrating state-of-the-are national facilities in plant and crop phenotyping and connecting the UK phenomics community

Current UK Phenotyping Platforms

University of Glasgow

Glasgow Stomatal Physiology and Photosynthesis (GasPP) Facility.

University of Exeter

Global Meteorological Simulator – multi-chamber controlled environments

John Innes Centre (JIC)

Plant growth and pest resistance phenotyping

Cranfield University

Plant growth and phenotyping facility including phenotyping greenhouse

Rothamsted Research

Multi-scale field plant & crop phenotyping

University of Lincoln

Plant and crop robotic phenotyping platform

Lancaster University

Wolfson Centre for Photosynthetic Diversity

University of Manchester

e-Agri sensors engineering

Electronic systems & materials engineering for agri-sensing

The James Hutton Institute

Advanced Plant Growth Centre

Aberystwyth University

National Plant Phenomics Centre

University of Cambridge

Leaf level plant physiology

University of Nottingham

Multi-scale (lab and field) plant & crop phenotyping with specialisms in root phenotyping and computer vision

National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB)

Multi-scale (lab and field) plant & crop phenotyping, incorporating AI trait analysis

University of Sheffield

Plant disease phenomics

University of Essex

Photosynthesis, stress responses, and plant-environment interactions