Plant biotechnology inculdes biotechnology with applications on plants, both in forestry and in agriculture.
firstname.lastname@example.org A fundamental difference between the development of plants and most animals is that the former maintains the potential to form new organs throughout their life. This capacity
Thomas Wieloch wants to release the brakes on photosynthesis
Formas, the Swedish governmental research council for sustainable development, awarded Thomas Wieloch, postdoc at Umeå Plant Science Centre and SLU, a mobility grant for early-career researchers. He
Rishikesh Bhalerao is elected as new EMBO Member
The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) announced today the election of 69 new EMBO Members and Associate Members. One of them is Rishikesh Bhalerao, professor at the Department of Forest
Crop protection futures in agriculture-en
Crop protection futures in agriculture email@example.com Crop production is the vital basis for our food system, but the current set up is highly dependent on inputs of chemical pesticides and
firstname.lastname@example.org Yong Zou is a molecular biologist and plant physiologist with expertise in the study of metacaspases in the regulation of stress responses in green algae.
SLU's breeding of perennial barley receives major support from Innovation Fund Denmark
For five years, researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala have been working to domesticate and breed the plant Hordeum bulbosum into a new perennial and climate-smart
email@example.com Bioinformatician with SLUBI (slubi.se) and the Department of Plant Breeding in Alnarp BI1296: Plant Biology for Protection and Breeding, M.Sc. course - every spring P000030:
Genome Editing of Rapeseed using CRISPR/Cas9 for Reducing Antinutritional Compounds in the Seed Cake
Genome Editing of Rapeseed using CRISPR/Cas9 for Reducing Antinutritional Compounds in the Seed Cake firstname.lastname@example.org Oliver Moss , Dept of Plant Breeding will give his half-time seminar
Large Wallenberg grant to Stéphanie Robert for studies on how plant cells get their "identity"
Professor Stéphanie Robert of SLU will lead a research project awarded over SEK 32 million by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. The aim is to explore how plant cells get their "identity", how
Workshop om rapsens möjligheter
Workshop on the possibilities of rapeseed email@example.com Students at SLU and Lund University are invited to a workshop focusing on the possibilities of rapeseed. Study visit to a rapeseed
firstname.lastname@example.org Postdoctoral researcher working on molecular plant-microbe interactions in the boreal forests and also the Chair of SLU Postdoc Association (SLUPA). My research is
Miguel Ángel Corrales Gutiérrez
email@example.com I was born and I have grown in Málaga, Adalusia. As this region has one of the best climates for crop production and an important agricultural sector, I have