10 April 2015
Lönnstorp research station belongs to the Department of Biosystems and Technology, SLU Alnarp, but is from 2013 also part of the "Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science" (SITES). The aim of this infrastructure network, in which nine research stations are included, is to promote world-class long-term field-based ecosystems research. The research stations in the network will work together to use each other's expertise, and have a common database and a joint website. The network will facilitate for researchers from SLU and other universities and countries to use the stations to promote interdisciplinary and ecological research. The nine research stations represent different ecosystems - forest, mire, mountain, lake and agriculture - where Lönnstorp represents agricultural research, together with Röbäcksdalen research station in Umeå. For more information about SITES, visit the webpage: www.fieldsites.se
- Available positions at the Department of Plant Breeding, SLU Alnarp
- Forskningsnätet i Skåne wants 2-week summer projects for school students
- Register now for workshop: Genomic selection in plant breeding
- Seminar: The SITES infrastructure including the Lönnstorp field station
- Welcome to participate at Fascination of Plants Day, 23 May
- A few places left at the ELLS MSc course: Genetic resources in crop breeding
- PhD course: Insect chemical ecology
- PlantLink Researcher in the Spotlight!
- Plant-related news in the region
- PlantLink activities 2015
27 March 2015
Se hit alla växtintresserade master-studenter vid Lunds universitet och SLU Alnarp! Är du intresserad av växtförädling och/eller växtbioteknik? Då finns det många spännande kurser att välja mellan! Inte bara vid din egen fakultet utan även vid närliggande fakulteter på LU och SLU.
24 March 2015
Genomic selection has potential to revolutionize plant breeding. Developed in the previous decade, this approach may overcome some of the limitations of marker-assisted selection. In this PlantLink workshop, plant breeders and SLU researchers will give their view on the current status, limitations and future prospects of genomic selection in plant breeding.
Time: Thursday 16 April 2015, 13:00-16:15
Venue: Crafoord lecture hall, Navet, Sundsvägen 14, Alnarp