The Edinburgh Cell Wall Group

The Edinburgh Cell Wall Group

The University of Edinburgh
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Three highlighted PhD project currently open for applications:

(1) Fully funded CASE studentship - "Understanding strawberry cell walls as a guide to breeding future-proof fruit genotypes." https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/eastbio-understanding-strawberry-cell-walls-as-a-guide-to-breeding-future-proof-fruit-genotypes-case-project-with-edward-vinson-ltd/?p113450 (2) Fully funded E4 DTP studentship - "When, and to what extent, do shaded saplings and forest-floor herbs salvage carbon from their cell-wall polysaccharides?" https://www.ed.ac.uk/e4-dtp/how-to-apply/our-projects?item=663 (3) Potentially fundable studentship - "Vitamin C breakdown in plants and smoothies." https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/vitamin-c-breakdown-in-plants-and-smoothies/?p113448

Full list of Potential PhD Projects:

List of Potential PhD Projects List of Potential PhD Projects

If you are interested please contact the group leader Professor Stephen C. Fry


The Edinburgh Cell Wall Group is headed by Prof. Stephen Fry, and studies various aspects of plant primary cell wall. This website contains information about the diverse range of research done in the group, services that we can offer to other groups (like sugar analyses or XET-action assays), and of course the people that work in the lab. Please use the buttons above to find the information you need. For a concise introduction in plant cell walls, click here: introduction
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EDIPOS - Edinburgh Polysaccharide and Oligosaccharide Substrates: Biochemical reagents for studying plant cell wall enzymes



The Edingburgh Cell Wall Group, Institute of Molecular Plant Sciences,
University of Edinburgh, Daniel Rutherford Building,The King's Buildings,
Max Born Crescent, Edinburgh EH9 3BF, United Kingdom
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