The Centre for Plant Integrative Biology at the University of Nottingham brings together biologists, engineers, mathematicians and computer scientists to address plant science questions. Information about the Centre »
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The core CPIB programme aims to create a “virtual root” of the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana, while CPIB-associated projects include work on tomato ripening, seed germination and modelling of roots in crop species. See the research »
The Centre brings together around 50 biologists, engineers, mathematicians and computer scientists.Meet the people »
We run a number of regular events, including an annual summer school to introduce biologists to modelling, the Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group series and an external seminar series.Learn from our outreach »
CPIB are producing a wide range of biological and technological resources for the community, find our what they are, how to access them and engage in their development.Find out more »
The Centre is a member of the European Plant Phenotyping Network