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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge
 

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Professor Griffiths's lab investigates plant molecular, physiological and environmental processes which regulate productivity and CO2 sequestration, and aim to improve the operating efficiency of the primary carboxylase, Rubisco, and match water availability to use. Stable isotope methods are used to evaluate the origins and regulation of diverse photosynthetic carbon concentrating mechanisms (CCM). The research carried out at the lab translates via fieldwork into food security and biomass crop productivity, as well as natural community diversity.

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Co-Chair of Cambridge Global Food Security IRC
Professor of Plant Ecology, Department of Plant Sciences
Professor Howard  Griffiths

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CCM
CO2 sequestration
photosynthesis
RUBISCO

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Plant Biology

Food Lanscapes

Infectious Diseases

Modelling

Political Economy

Global Governance

Supply Chains

Land Resources

Food and Health

 

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