CNAP is a highly distinctive academic environment undertaking a range of research activities many of which are aligned directly with societal needs.
Individual research groups have specific expertise in particular areas, accessible by clicking on the individuals names in the left hand menu. The Plant Genome Facility underpins much of the research in CNAP.
In addition, there are larger strategic research programmes that involve more than one principal investigator. Information relating to these programmes can be found by clicking on the main themes below.
New breakthrough in battle to clean up land contaminated by munitions
Gene improves removal of TNT from contaminated soil: study just published in New Phytologist.
Plant 'chemical factory' discovery
New research published in PNAS suggests potential for utilisation of natural 'chemical factory' system within plant.
Welcoming Denby group
Brief introductions here.
Recognition of scientific excellence by EMBO
Ian Graham elected as a 2016 EMBO Member.
Congratulations to Ian on his election to the fellowship of the Royal Society, the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
Congratulations to Ian, who is to receive the Biochemical Society's 2017 Heatley Medal and Prize in recognition of the quality and impact of his research.
CNAP, Department of Biology, University of York, Wentworth Way, York YO10 5DD, UK