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Research project

Rewiring photosynthesis with synthetic biology

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Tom Bibby

Professor of Biological Oceanography

Research interests

  • (1) The role of photosynthetic microbes in global biogeochemical cycles(2) The use of photosynthetic microbes for sustainable products
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Other researchers

Professor Mark Moore

Professor of Oceanography

Research interests

  • Marine Biogeochemistry
  • Oceanic nutrient and carbon cycling
  • Phytoplankton photosynthesis
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Professor Matthew Terry

Professor of Molecular Plant Biology

Research interests

  • Chloroplast development and retrograde signalling to the nucleus
  • Light regulation of wheat growth and development
  • Improving algal photosynthesis
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Alejandro Torrado, Hannah Connabeer, Annika Rottig, Nicola Pratt, Alison Baylay, Matthew Terry, Christopher Moore & Thomas Bibby, 2022, Plant Physiology, 189(4), 2554-2566
Type: article
S. A. Johansson, P. G. Stephenson, R. J. Edwards, K. Yoshida, C. M. Moore, R. Terauchi, M. V. Zubkov, M. J. Terry & T. S. Bibby, 2020, Algal Research, 48
Type: article
Adokiye Berepiki, John R Gittins, Christopher Moore & Thomas S Bibby, 2018, ACS Synthetic Biology, 3(1), 1-9
Type: article
Harry O. Jackson, Adokiye Berepiki, Alison J. Baylay, Matthew J. Terry, C. Mark Moore & Thomas S. Bibby, 2018, Journal of Applied Phycology, 31, 269–279
Type: article