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New collaboration on genetic engineering in African plant breeding

Can genetic engineering contribute to more efficient plant breeding in Africa? That is what researchers believe in an SLU-led project that strives for cassava varieties with better nutritional value

New collaboration on genetic engineering in African plant breeding

Can genetic engineering contribute to more efficient plant breeding in Africa? That is what researchers believe in an SLU-led project that strives for cassava varieties with better nutritional value

KoNrapport

KoNrapport

SLU research has high international, scientific standard and was in many cases deemed world-leading. Several research groups received the highest marks when it came to communicating research findings

KoNrapport

KoNrapport

SLU research has high international, scientific standard and was in many cases deemed world-leading. Several research groups received the highest marks when it came to communicating research findings

BlindLabs

Both dogs and humans suffer from inherited eye disease leading to vision impairment and blindness. In children and young adults, Stargardt disease is one of the most common forms of inherited retinal

BlindLabs

Both dogs and humans suffer from inherited eye disease leading to vision impairment and blindness. In children and young adults, Stargardt disease is one of the most common forms of inherited retinal

New professors Uppsala 2019

Thirteen new professors are to be installed at SLU this year. On Friday 22 March five of them will hold their inauguration lectures in “Loftet” at SLU’s Uppsala Campus. The lectures cover topics such

Awarded UPSC researcher

The council of the Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society (SPPS) has selected the winners of the SPPS Prizes 2019. Three of the seven awardees are affiliated with the Umeå Plant Science Centre. Karin

Awarded UPSC researcher

The council of the Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society (SPPS) has selected the winners of the SPPS Prizes 2019. Three of the seven awardees are affiliated with the Umeå Plant Science Centre. Karin

The Centre's 2018 annual- Forest Alnarp

A productive year 2018, Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre, Alnarp Last year, researchers at the department published just over 70 peer-reviewed scientific articles. This matches the previous

The Centre's 2018 annual- Forest Alnarp

A productive year 2018, Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre, Alnarp Last year, researchers at the department published just over 70 peer-reviewed scientific articles. This matches the previous

The Centre's 2018 annual- Forest Alnarp

A productive year 2018, Southern Swedish Forest Research Centre, Alnarp Last year, researchers at the department published just over 70 peer-reviewed scientific articles. This matches the previous