The fourth annual PlantLink Day takes place 16 September in the Ecology building at Lund University. This is an occasion to meet scientists in the PlantLink network and get to know more about PlantLink 'seed money' projects as well as upcoming events and future plans.
This year Cathie Martin (John Innes Center) will present "The benefits of a colourful diet; the science behind 5-a-day". Sören Husted and Svend Christensen from Copenhagen University will talk about organic food authentication and Crop Innovation Denmark. Patrick Grahn will present the Alnarp Rehab garden which concept now is going on export . A keynote speech will be given by Cathie Martin.
Please use the online registration for attendance, lunch and coffee.
The program can be found here.
The aim of this course is to give students a fundamental understanding of how to integrate basic disciplines such as molecular biology, pathology, ecology, and engineering for resilient and sustainable management of pests and diseases in different cropping systems, and prepare them to engage in two-way communication with growers concerning pest problems and possible solutions. Students from diverse backgrounds will learn from each other. In this course, students will move from being narrowly focused on their own research projects to an applied, system-level perspective.
Lectures, laboratory exercises, excursions, discussions, seminars apply before 15 August
Methods and Models for Plant Genomic Prediction and Selection in Plant Breeding, 2.5 ECTS (PLS0036)