- PhD students! Registration for PCLS PhD courses ends 31 May!
- Meet PlantLink and the students of our industrial mentorship program at Borgeby Fältdagar
- ICE3 final seminar starts today!
- Nordic Network for pathogen informed control of oomycete diseases in agriculture and forestry, 14 June Alnarp
- MSc students! ELLS MSc course: New plant breeding technologies, 21-27 August
- Plant Protection Biology PhD course, 5-16 September
- ICARDA, CIMMYT, SLU and the Wheat Initiative join forces around Genomic Selection and Durum Wheat Breeding events, 22 Sep-2 Oct
- PhD Course: Mutagenesis as a plant research and breeding tool, 14-18 November 2016 SLU Alnarp
- Apply now for Bioinformatics Long-term Support!
- Speakers during PlantLink Day 6th of October in Lund
- PlantLink researcher in the spotlight: Mats Hansson
- We wish you a relaxing summer!
PhD course Plant Protection Biology, 7 ECTS
5-16 September 2016, at SLU Alnarp
The increasing environmental awareness, to some extent induced by the increasing number of reports on global climate change, has and will have a large impact on management of future cropping systems, especially concerning plant protection. The overall objective of this course is to give PhD students from different subject areas (e.g. ecology, entomology, pathology, molecular biology plant breeding etc.) a deeper understanding of challenges and constraints in relation to modern plant protection in different systems.
PlantLink turns the spotlight to five, young talented researchers who all received a Formas grant for plant-related research this year’s open call. In the attachment read more about Paul Becher, Michelle Cleary, Laura Grenville-Briggs, Jacob Johansson and Ramune Kuktaite. Read more about them here!
PlantLink has submitted a self-evaluation to Lund University and SLU Alnarp describing the first four years (2011-2015). Here is a short summary in English:
PlantLink was established four years ago as a research network for plant biology and biotechnology between Lund University and SLU Alnarp with financial support from Region Skåne. During this period, 18 seed money projects have been supported with a total of close to 8 million (SEK) in grant money. These projects have clearly strengthened the cooperation between the universities and also with industry in the region. Several of the projects have advanced further and are continuin. Three have led to larger grant funding equivalent to approximately 69 million (SEK).