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Platform Plant Breeding


Det finns 29 sidor som är taggade med Platform Plant Breeding:
Findus & Nomad Foods pea breeding

Findus & Nomad Foods pea breeding

Findus & Nomad Foods pea breeding fredrik.reslow@slu.se Agnese Kolodinska Brantestam, Findus Department of Plant Breeding Seminar room, Horticum Alnarp

About the platform

About the platform

The Platform Plant Breeding at SLU aims to strengthen SLU's profile in plant breeding internationally. The participating faculties are the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop

Workshop 2014 program

Workshop 2014 program

09.00 Coffee/tea SLU Plant breeding 09.30 - 09.40 Plant breeding at SLU – the mission and purpose with the platform Torbjörn von Schantz 09.40 - 09.50 Presentation of the plant breeding committee and

Courses for PhD-students and postdocs

Courses for PhD-students and postdocs

The Platform Plant Breeding is annually organizing 1-2 courses for PhD-students and postdocs. If there are places left, also other researchers at SLU are welcome to attend. The course locations

Postdocs

Postdocs

The platform financed three postdoc projects (2015-2018). Each faculty had the main mentorship for one of the postdoc positions. Linked to the projects were also mentors from other faculties. The

Workshop 2014

Workshop 2014

The workshop was held on the 11th of November 2014 at Loftets hörsal, Ultuna, and was the kick-off for the SLU Platform for Plant Breeding. It was open for all SLU researchers, post docs and PhD

Plant breeding at SLU

Plant breeding at SLU

Plant breeding-related research at SLU covers many areas, like cultivar development, development of genetic resources, domestication, technology development and studies of specific mechanisms. These

Katja Fedrowitz

Katja Fedrowitz

katjaf Katja Fedrowitz is working as coordinator for the Platform Plant Breeding and the Platform Plant Protection. 2015 – 2016 Scientific Officer Research platform Future Agriculture, Swedish

Travel grants

Travel grants

The Platform Plant Breeding is giving travel grants to PhD-students, postdocs, researchers or technicians at SLU to cover travel costs for plant breeding related short visits to other campuses at SLU

Seed money projects

Seed money projects

As part of the strategy to increase cross-faculty collaborations and further strengthen plant breeding research at SLU, the Plant Breeding Platform is supporting the following six projects with 500

“Seed money” project proposals 2017

“Seed money” project proposals 2017

This call is now closed but a second call with a similar budget is planned for in late 2018. As part of the strategy to increase cross-faculty collaborations and further strengthen plant breeding

Promoting Plant Research in Sweden

Promoting Plant Research in Sweden

Promoting Plant Research in Sweden anette.neldestam@slu.se During this meeting we will discuss how to strengthen the position of Swedish plant research to stakeholders and funding bodies both on