From January 1st 2023, The Cameron Lab will be relocating to The University of Manchester (Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Manchester Institute of Biotechnology).
Food security – Sustainability – Environmental Microbiology
Our research focuses on resolving resource fluxes and chemical signals in plant-microbe symbioses in both agricultural and natural systems. We use a combination of methods including metabolomics, isotope tracers and molecular biology to understand the mechanisms underpinning multi-species interactions, microbial evolution as well as to understand the biological drivers of soil quality. We apply our findings to the real world, developing novel technologies for arable and horticultural crop production and crop protection for sustainable agriculture.