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SoCoBio (Universities of Southampton, Kent, Sussex, Portsmouth and NIAB EMR)

Bioscience for sustainable agriculture and food

The roles of evolutionarily conserved microRNAs in feeding and nutrition – from flies to mammals

Safeguarding UK hop production from Verticillium nonalfalfae: Using genomics to develop race-specific diagnostics and generate Verticillium resistant hop through Host Induced Gene Silencing

What are rhizosphere microbial characteristics associated with healthy plants?

Control of Listeria monocytogenes in the fresh produce supply chain

A dual approach to the Biofortification of Lettuce and Pea with Vitamin B12

“Biosynthetic Potential of the Radical SAM Enzyme Lipoyl Synthase”

Sustainable food security through aquaculture: Establishment of algal technology for optimal aquaculture growth and health.

Environmental and intra/interspecific approaches to nutrient security – Fruit for the UK’s food security

Genomic constrains on domestication: Why are so few species domesticated?

Optical Coherence Tomography - Developing Tools to interrogate the skin of fruits and vegetable

Identification and characterisation of vitamin B12 binding proteins for use in B12 extraction and purification.

The role of endometrial gland derived extracellular vesicles in mediating an optimal uterine environment

The roles of evolutionarily conserved microRNAs in feeding and nutrition - from flies to mammals

Improving second-generation biofuel production: exploiting the natural diversity of the yeast Scheffersomyces stipitis

Investigations of the determinants of nerve agent potency to define novel routes to mitigate the effects of environmental toxins.

Validating potassium channels from pathogenic fungi as new strategic antifungal targets

The effect of the microbiome and microbial bioactives on semen quality and reproductive health (CASE project)

Genetic basis of interspecies oviposition deterrents impacting the horticultural pest, Drosophila suzukii

Investigations of the determinants of nerve agent potency to define novel routes to mitigate the effects of environmental toxins (CASE project)