ROC group (Researchers with OpenPlant in Cambridge)

ROC group brings together Researchers related to OpenPlant in Cambridge, UK. Our meetings are hands-on meetings to share scientific interests, resources, and methods for a standarised and collaborative approach to our research. Researchers work in a variety of plant species, but there are two main subgroups: Marchantia-ROC and Algae-ROC.

Meet the ROCs

Marchantia-ROCs

Linda Silvestri Transformer Superhero Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Linda Silvestri

Transformer Superhero

Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Eftychis Frangedakis My green chloroplast Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Eftychis Frangedakis

My green chloroplast

Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Lukas Mueller In a dark/light cycle Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Lukas Mueller

In a dark/light cycle

Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Marta Tomaselli Living in an air chamber Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Marta Tomaselli

Living in an air chamber

Haseloff group, Plant Sciences, CU

Chiara Airoldi   Glover group, Plant Sciences, CU

Chiara Airoldi

 

Glover group, Plant Sciences, CU

Sean Stevenson Light Response Hibber group, Plant Sciences, CU

Sean Stevenson

Light Response

Hibber group, Plant Sciences, CU

Giluia Arsufii   Schornack group, SLC

Giluia Arsufii

 

Schornack group, SLC

Algae-ROCs

Dr. Francisco J. Navaroo sRNAs regulatory force Balucombe group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Francisco J. Navaroo

sRNAs regulatory force

Balucombe group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Payam Riboswicthing metabolism Smith group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Payam

Riboswicthing metabolism

Smith group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Katrin Geisler   Smith group, Plant Sciences, CU

Dr. Katrin Geisler

 

Smith group, Plant Sciences, CU