Ric Traini

I joined CPIB as a PhD student after completing my undergraduate degree at The University of Nottingham in 2010. Since joining I have been looking into how root systems architecture can affect water and nutrient acquisition. This involves working on various A.thaliana accessions and auxin mutants which I will use to identify key root architectural traits. I am also involved in the development of a lab-scale high throughput NIR imaging technique.