University of Aberdeen School of Biol. Sciences blog:

I model projections of bioenergy crop yield and energy, carbon capture, and environmental impacts, and in the last year myself and Astley Hastings have published three papers on Miscanthus x giganteus as a bioenergy crop. What I have discovered is that in England miscanthus is a robust bioenergy crop against weather events, it sequesters soil carbon on low grade agricultural land, and has a ready market of small power stations to use it, yet its further development as bioenergy feedstock relies on breeding new cultivars to increase yields and cropping area.



Period19 Feb 2021

Media contributions


Media contributions