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SLU Breeding Network


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Harry Wu

Harry Wu, professor at the Department of Forest Genetics and Plant Physiology Can you provide a quick outline of your research? What is your field of interest? My research focuses on quantitative

Meet committee members

Here you can read interviews with the committee members - right now two of them have been interviewed, more to come!

About us

SLU Breeding Network aims to: strengthen research in plant and animal breeding by utilizing the potential of the many researchers working at SLU's various parts make current research in the field of

Join the network

The SLU Breeding Network is a collaboration between all four faculties at SLU and aims to strengthen and display current research in the field of breeding at SLU and to increase the interaction

Åsa Grimberg

Åsa Grimberg, Researcher, Department of Plant Breeding, SLU Can you provide a quick outline of your research? What is your field of interest? My research focus is on the genetic regulation of seed

Conference call SLU Breeding Network

The SLU Breeding Network announces a special call to support SLU researchers, technicians and students in attending conferences related to animal or plant breeding in 2024/ the first half of 2025.

Conference support call SLU Breeding Network

The SLU Breeding Network announces a special call to support SLU researchers, technicians and students in attending conferences related to animal or plant breeding in 2024/ the first half of 2025.

Calls

Call to attend conferences related to breeding The SLU Breeding Network announces a special call to support SLU researchers and students in attending conferences related to animal or plant breeding

Courses for PhD-students and postdocs

The SLU Breeding Network organizes or supports 1-2 courses per year for PhD students and postdocs and, if space permits, also for other SLU researchers. The courses are held online or they alternate

SLU Breeding Network

SLU Breeding Network is a collaboration between all four faculties at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and aims to strengthen and display current research in the field of breeding at SLU

Newsletter

Welcome to register to our sending list for our newsletter, which is coming out 2-4 times/year with information on activities within breeding and a focus to SLU. Previous newsletters Previous

Seed money projects

As part of the strategy to increase cross-faculty collaborations and to further strengthen breeding research at SLU, the SLU Breeding Network is financially supporting the following short-term

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