Our partners around the world
The CAPITALISE project is made up of 19 organisations from 8 different countries across Europe, the UK, Israel and Ethopia.
Wageningen University is a leading knowledge organization in the domain of ‘healthy food and living environment’. Under the leadership of Dr Jeremy Harbinson, Wageningen University will coordinate CAPITALISE. The team bring expertise on plant photosynthesis phenotyping and natural genetic variation for photosynthesis.
Work Package Leaders
Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
The SSSA team lead the germplasm exchange, genomic data production, and QTL mapping and GWAS in the project.
Ceratium lead the communication and road-mapping activities. As part of the Management Team we also support the project coordinator with management and administration tasks.
The Agricultural Research Organisation
The Agricultural Research Organization of Israel is a leading laboratory in the exploration of the genetic and phenotypic basis for wild barley adaptation using phenomics and genomics.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
BGU focuses on the use of quantitative genetic approaches for the identification of genes that are involved in plant metabolism
Lancaster University is leading research to provide solutions to Agri-Food Challenges. The team led by Dr Elizabete Carmo-Silva brings expertise on the regulation of carbon assimilation by Rubisco.