Strand 1 – Current Platforms
Providing access to national phenotyping platforms and tools

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

University of Essex Open

Including a plant phenotyping platform that houses a novel dynamic lighting system, combined thermal and chlorophyll fluorescence as well as whole plant gas exchange chambers.

National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) Open

NIAB Data Sciences for Multi-scale Plant & Crop Phenotyping Phenotyping and AI trait analysis

University of Nottingham Open

State of the art plant phenomics facilities at the cellular, whole plant and field scale, combined with cutting edge image analysis.

University of Cambridge Not

Environmental Plant Physiology group

Aberystwyth University Open

National Plant Phenomics Centre

The James Hutton Institute Open

The Advanced Plant Growth Centre

University of Manchester Open

e-Agri Sensors Engineering

Electronic Systems & Materials Engineering for Agri-Sensing

University of Sheffield Not

A state-of-the-art facility for plant disease phenomics.

Lancaster University Open

Wolfson Centre for Photosynthetic Diversity

University of Lincoln Open

Plant and Crop Robotic Phenotyping Platform