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Plant biotechnology

Plant biotechnology inculdes biotechnology with applications on plants, both in forestry and in agriculture.


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Workshop Future plant protection

Workshop Future plant protection

The Platform Plant Protection SLU will arrange a workshop on 9-10 September 2019 with the preliminary title "Future plant protection - challenges and key research questions". All researchers and

Inconsistent risk regulation of food crops in EU

The present regulatory divide in risk assessment, between genetically modified (GM) crops and crops bred using other methods, cannot be justified from the viewpoint of risk assessment, since the GM/

Inconsistent risk regulation of food crops in EU

The present regulatory divide in risk assessment, between genetically modified (GM) crops and crops bred using other methods, cannot be justified from the viewpoint of risk assessment, since the GM/

Platform for plant protection

Platform for plant protection

To strengthen the plant protection research at SLU, the vice chancellor has given the Platform Plant Protection at SLU the mission and funding to promote and coordinate plant protection research

Dr. Alyona (Elena A.) Minina

Dr. Alyona (Elena A.) Minina

alenam Associate professor at the Department of Molecular Sciences Alyona Minina's website

New platform for collaborations around plant genetic resources

Earlier this fall the Plant Genetic Resources International Platform (PGRIP) was launched. The platform will facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations to address different aspects of plant genetic

New platform for collaborations around plant genetic resources

Earlier this fall the Plant Genetic Resources International Platform (PGRIP) was launched. The platform will facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations to address different aspects of plant genetic

Random mutations or targeted genetic changes – does it matter?

The ruling by the European Court of Justice on gene edited crops this summer have resulted in more questions being raised. The researcher Dennis Eriksson concludes that researchers and legislators

Random mutations or targeted genetic changes – does it matter?

The ruling by the European Court of Justice on gene edited crops this summer have resulted in more questions being raised. The researcher Dennis Eriksson concludes that researchers and legislators

Annie Larsson

Annie Larsson

aela0003 Industrial PhD-student employed by Lantmännen I am working with the project "Grass lignin fingerprinting for improved forages in dairy cow feeding". Before this project i worked as a

Nam Kieu Phuong

Nam Kieu Phuong

nmki0001 My current research is editing susceptibility gene on potato by using CRISPR/Cas9 method to increase late blight resistance ability. In near future, we would like to created non-transgenic

Henrik Böhlenius

Henrik Böhlenius is an external collaboration specialist in forest management with poplar plantation as research area.