- About UKBRC
- Links and Resources
- May 2017 Annual Meeting – Nottingham, Sutton Bonington
- April 2016 ANNUAL MEETING – JOHN INNES CENTRE
- May 2015 Annual meeting – York
- May 2014 Annual Meeting – Warwick, Wellesbourne
- May 2013 Annual Meeting – Rothamsted Research
- April 2012 Annual Meeting – John Innes Centre
- May 2011 Annual Meeting – Nottingham, Sutton Bonington
- May 2010 Annual Meeting – Rothamsted Research
- May 2009 Annual Meeting – John Innes Centre
- May 2008 Annual Meeting – Warwick, Wellesbourne
- May 2007 Annual Meeting – Rothamsted Research
The UK Brassica Research Community (UK-BRC) consists of a wide range of research groups, breeders and other end-users, holds annual meetings of academic and industry-based scientists, and operates a mailing list of >180 members. This website provides details of research projects, resources and interests of its members. The UK-BRC plays a prominent role in the international Brassica research community, including via the Multinational Brassica Genome Project.
The close relationship between Brassica and the reference species Arabidopsis thaliana provides exciting opportunities to translate fundamental information about gene function to understanding and manipulating crop traits, and the UK-BRC has many interactions with the UK Arabidopsis research community, including through GARNet.
Lars Ostergaard (John Innes Centre) and Graham Teakle (University of Warwick) are the current UK-BRC representatives.
You can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter, @ukbrc
You can register for the UK-BRC mailing list here: www.jiscmail.ac.uk/UKBRASSICA
To send a message to the UKBRC mailing list email: email@example.com
But please do not reply to UKBRC emails as this will reply to the whole community which can be annoying/embarrassing