Showcasing the pioneering work carried out by our growing number of UK Plant Science Communities
Showcase your community
UK PlantSci aims to provide an entry point to the various communities across the UK, to help bring communties together, foster interactions and build a stronger UK plant research base. So if you are part of a community that is not represented below please contact us.
The Landscape Juice Network
The Landscape Juice Network is a UK-wide information resource and networking facility for anyone involved in UK horticulture,landscaping and its related industries.
Global Plant Council
The Global Plant Council is a coalition of plant science societies of the world that brings plant scientists together to work synergistically toward solving the pressing problems facing humankind and that speaks with a strong voice from a plant science perspective to inform the global debate on those problems.
The Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement Network (OREGIN) acts as a hub for the UK oilseed rape R&D community.
EPSO advances the interests of plant science in Europe, making the case to the EU commission for strong and enlightened plant and crop science funding
Wheat Genetic Improvement Network (WGIN) – Creating tools and resources for the UK wheat community
Ionomics HUB (iHUB)
Supporting the ionomics community with access to various resources, including databases of ionomic data on 1000’s of Arabidopsis thaliana, rice and yeast accessions and mutants
Protocols in ecological & environmental plant physiology. Open access, community developed protocols and expert authored subject overviews.
The Gatsby Charitable Foundation
The UKPSF operates with financial support from the Gatsby Charitable Foundation
Oxford University Press
Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford, and as such our mission is to bring the highest quality research to the widest possible audience.
Germplasm Resources Unit
A national capability supported by BBSRC
Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Network (LBNet)
The Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Network (LBNet) is a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council Network in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy (BBSRC NIBB). LBNet is an active community of industrial practitioners and leading academics dedicated to creating economic value by developing novel chemicals, materials and fuel using lignocellulosic biomass instead of petroleum-derived inputs.
Information and advice on careers in horticulture from leading UK organisations
History, Philosophy & Sociology of Plant Scie...
A network of scholars working in the area of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Plant Science with experience in co-operative work across the humanities, social and natural sciences, and are enthusiastic about collaborating with plant scientists in confronting contemporary problems.
Processors and Growers Research Organisation
PGRO is the UK non statutory levy body which promotes and carries out research and development in protein crops
The Plants 2020 website has been developed by Botanic Gardens Conservation International to support the worldwide implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation. It provides a range of tools and resources related to plant conservation and is also the website of the Global Partnership for Plant Conservation.
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