Durham University

Since its establishment in 1832, Durham University has developed a distinctive reputation for leadership and innovation in education and research. Academics at the university conduct integrated research onĀ plant-genetics, cell biology and biochemistry with expertise in chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering to develop technologies for crop improvement and protection.

The multi-disciplinary Centre for Bioimaging, bringing together expertise from across biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computing. The Climate Impacts Research Centre connects academics from science, humanities and social sciences around a cluster of themes including the impact of climate change on food production.

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