Showcasing the pioneering work carried out by our growing number of UK Plant Science Communities
PlantSci is the online home of the UK Plant Sciences Federation (UKPSF), which is a special interest group of the Society of Biology. Listed below are the member organisations of the UKPSF. If your organisation would like to become a member organisation please contact Mimi Tanimoto at email@example.com
British Crop Production Councilwww.bcpc.org/
Plant Bioscience Limited
Plant Bioscience Limited (PBL) is an independent technology management company specialising in plant, food and microbial science. Our services are available to any researcher or research organisation that is seeking assistance and advice with protecting and commercialising new technology.
Monogram is the point of interface and connection between members of the UK cereal and grass genetic and genomic community.
Gatsby Plant Science Summer School
The Gatsby Plant Science Summer School project is a national project based at the University of Leeds. The project aims to inspire undergraduates about plant science and includes an annual summer school for first year undergraduates and web-based support for University lecturers and students
An interactive network of researchers and industry leaders, who work together to promote market delivery of improved vegetable varieties using sustainable production systems
The Royal Microscopical Society
The RMS is dedicated to advancing science, developing careers and supporting wider understanding of science and microscopy
Bayer Crop Sciencewww.bayercropscience.co.uk/
Society for Experimental Biology
The Society for Experimental Biology aims to promote, and increase the influence of, Experimental Biology within the scientific community and provides financial support to the UK Plant Sciences Federation.
Society for General Microbiology
The Society for General Microbiology (SGM) is the largest learned microbiological society in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools. It aims to promote high-quality microbiological science, both nationally and internationally, to a diverse range of stakeholders.
BASIS (Registration) Limited
BASIS is an independent organisation set up to establish, develop and assess standards in the pesticide, fertiliser and allied industries. Today it includes activities in the amenity, industrial and public health pesticide sectors as well as in the increasingly important plant nutrition sector with the FACTS Annual Scheme.
UK-SOL provides a focus for the dissemination of information for the benefit of the Solanaceae Research Community in the UK.
The Linnean Societywww.linnean.org/
The UK Brassica Research Community (UK-BRC) is a forum for the wide range of R&D in the UK focused on Brassica species.
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Wiley-Blackwell serves the world's research and scholarly communities, and is the largest publisher for professional and scholarly societies.
Science and Plants for School (SAPS) creates opportunities for teachers and students to become more knowledgeable about plants and more interested in plant science
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.
British Society of Plant Breederswww.bspb.co.uk
The Biosciences KTN accelerates knowledge exchange between the UK research-base and industry via networking activities to catalyse new collaborations and funding opportunities
British Ecological Societywww.britishecologicalsociety.org/
BBSRC sponsored network that assists the Arabidopsis and wider plant science community.
Kew Royal Botanic Gardens
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is a world famous scientific organisation, internationally respected for its outstanding living collection of plants and world-class Herbarium as well as its scientific expertise in plant diversity, conservation and sustainable development in the UK and around the world.
Forest Products Research Institute
FPRI support word-class innovation within the forest industry and promote high value timber application particularly within the engineering and construction sectors.
Association of Applied Biologistswww.aab.org.uk
British Society for Plant Pathology
The BSPP supports the professional interests of plant pathologists worldwide. We organise regular scientific meetings, and publish articles in ‘Plant Pathology’ and ‘Molecular Plant Pathology’. We support our members by providing financial assistance for: travel, short-term visiting fellowships, summer student projects, conferences and to promote of plant pathology to the public.
SCI Horticulture Group
SCI’s Horticulture Technical Interest Group aims to assist the transfer of horticultural science in its broadest sense into business practice.
The Rosaceae Network
The Rosaceae Network unites researchers working on non-model systems in the Rosaceae species group.
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