A Centre of Excellence within the Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Leeds

Future Crops: building on our fundamental plant science

The Centre

The Centre for Plant Sciences in the Faculty of Biological Sciences is a centre for excellence in plant cell and molecular biology. Over 10 research groups are studying aspects of developmental and hormonal plant biology, comparative genomics, environmental physiology, epigenetics, chromatin structure, cell walls & the plant cell secretory pathway, stress responses and crop science including nematode-resistant crops. The Centre has involvement in many European consortia and an extensive range of international collaborations including with the USA, India, Japan and China.

Research fellowship opportunities in CPS. University Academic Fellowships in molecular and translational plant sciences. See the UoL 250 Great Minds website

Centre Seminars

Dr Sarah Robinson Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge Visualising mechanical feedback on growth regulation21st NovemberHost: Yoselin Benitez AlfonsoRoger Stevens LT 01 (7.01) at 13:00

Faculty Seminars

Professor Bernadette ByrneImperial College LondonSBMS Seminar21st NovemberHost: Adrian GoldmanRoger Stevens LT 17 at 15:00

Dr Charlotte Harden and Dr Ric CubbonDTSD Seminar: 'TARGET - a partnership for giant cell arteritis research' and 'Exploring an unexpected anti-atherosclerotic role of IGF-1 receptors'27th Novembertbc at 13:00

CPS Annual Symposia
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CPS Annual Report 2016
Available here

Report, in PLANT CELL, on the impact of the Gatsby Plant Science Summer School: Inspiring the Next Generation of Plant Science Researchers

Latest Publications