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Scanning electron microscopy

All SEM imaging is carried out on a Zeiss EVO HD15 that supports variable pressure and wet imaging. The BackScatter Detector (BSD) gives excellent results on its own and in combination with various standard detectors. During 2016 the system was given an overhaul to support cryoSEM imaging – enabling high magnification of fully hydrated coated plant tissue.

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Circadian clock imparts continuous control over the timing of cell division

Nov 15, 2018

SLCU researchers have demonstrated that the circadian clock is more complex than a simple ‘on-off switch’ when it comes to controlling cell division.

SLCU recognised for commitment to gender equality

Oct 25, 2018

Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University (SLCU) has been recognised for its ongoing commitment to gender equality by achieving a Silver Award under the Athena SWAN Charter.

Current Biology Q&A with Giles Oldroyd

Oct 18, 2018

Current Biology recently interviewed Giles Oldroyd about his research and goals in science and life.

SecretSanta: A new tool for deciphering the secret language of cell-to-cell communication

Oct 02, 2018

Plant biomathematicians at the Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University (SLCU) have developed a new tool that enables them to listen in on cell-to-environment conversations. The tool’s wide-ranging application means it could help speed-up the development of strategies to combat plant and animal pathogens.

Role of plants in farming future

Jul 30, 2018

SLCU's Director Ottoline Leyser & SLCU Group Leader Giles Oldroyd discuss opportunities plants will provide for the future of agriculture on BBC 4's Today programme.

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