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Careers

Employment opportunities in seed biotechnologies
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Education

2010

February 16-17, 2010
Breeding with Molecular Markers course
Seed Biotechnology Center at UC Davis

March 2010 - September 2011
European Plant Breeding Academy
Davis, California ~ Angers, France ~ Enkhuizen, The Netherlands ~ Barcelona, Spain ~ Gatersleben, Germany ~ Davis, California
This two-year course addresses the reduced number of plant breeders being trained in academic programs around the world. The program targets working professionals who desire to become fully trained plant breeders while maintaining their current employment. Participants meet for six one-week sessions over two years at 4 European locations and at UC Davis. Readings and exercises continue between sessions via the internet.

March 3 – April 8
Advanced Plant Breeding Topics
Mini-course for seed professionals - University of Nebraska-Lincoln / Distance Education & Life-Long Learning Program - Lincoln, Nebraska

March 15-26
Quantitative Methods in Plant Breeding
NIAB - Cambridge, United Kingdom

June 14-25
Plant Breeding for Drought Tolerance
Colorado State University

August 29 - September 3
Molecular Plant Breeding: An International Short Course on Practical Applications of Molecular tools for Plant Breeding
Michigan State University - East Lansing, Michigan, USA

September 2010 - June 2011
Plant Breeding Academy, Class III
Davis, California
This two-year course addresses the reduced number of plant breeders being trained in academic programs around the world. The program targets working professionals who desire to become fully trained plant breeders while maintaining their current employment. Participants meet at UC Davis for six one-week sessions over two years. Readings and exercises continue between sessions via the internet.

September 19-30
International Agricultural Biotechnology Short Course
Michigan State University - East Lansing, Michigan, USA

October 4-22
Plant genetic resources and seeds: policies, conservation and use
Wageningen UR
Takes (partly) place in India
See http://www.nuffic.nl/international-organizations/docs/nfp/NFP-brochure.pdf page 26


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2009

February 19-20
ESA Seminar on Intellectual Property Protection: "Opensource Innovation Models in the Seed & Plant Biotech Industry"
Sheraton Hotel - Brussels, Belgium

February 23 - March 6
Plant Breeding and Seed Production
A SIDA Advanced International Training Program, Phase 2 (phase 1: September 1-26, 2008)  - Svalöv, Sweden

March 25-26
Seed Biology, Production & Quality course
Seed Biotechnology Center and UC Davis Extension
Davis, California

March 25 - April 23
Cross-pollinated Crop Breeding: distance-delivered courses for academic credit, noncredit professional development and CEU credit
Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Nebraska

March 26 - June 4
WIPO distance learning course on biotechnology and intellectual property
Curso especializado sobre propiedad intelectual y biotecnología

Cours avancé sur la biotechnologie et la propriété intellectuelle

March 29 - April 2
Proteomic Forum 2009
Freie Universität Berlin - Berlin, Germany

April 20-21
13th QTL-MAS workshop
Wageningen UR - Wageningen, The Netherlands

June 15 (6-8 weeks course)
Wheat Chemistry and Quality Improvement Course
CIMMYT - El Batan, Mexico

 

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