The wheat genome contains 17 billion bases – that’s five times the size of the human genome which has made it more difficult to sequence.
Senior Scientific Programmer, Christopher Applegate, is a member of the Plant Phenomics Group at the Earlham Institute, developing image processing, machine learning, analytics algorithms and
Daniel Reynolds is a Plant Phenomics Scientific Programmer at the Earlham Institute. He is developing and improving CropQuant, by refining the crop monitoring work station,
Dr Kate Storer, a research scientist in crop physiology at ADAS, spoke at REAP 2016 about the impact of pollen beetles on crops. Storer said
Laurie Bell, University of Cambridge Dr Laurence Bell is a Research Associate at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotech, University of Cambridge. Laurie is
PHD student at the University of Nottingham, Tamara Fitters, is working with the British Beet Research Organisation (BBRO) to understand why the roots of sugar