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October 20, 2014


UC Davis European Plant Breeding Academy Class 4 is open for registration, the class size is limited


October 18, 2014


Breeding soybeans that can tolerate heat, drought - South Dakota State University molecular biologist uncovering path to drought tolerant soybeans


Himachal Pradesh centre helps Punjab Agricultural University with wheat research (The Indian Express)


Bayer CropScience’s Head of Trait Research, Dr. Catherine Feuillet, speaks at the 2014 Borlaug Dialogue


October 16, 2014


Diretor da Embrapa visita centro de trigo


Canadian Government invests to improve the competitiveness of Canadian flaxseed


October 15, 2014


B.B. Singh's quest to make cowpea the food legume of the 21st century


October 14, 2014


Der Evolution auf die Finger geschaut


Recent publications by CIMMYT staff


October 13, 2014


Australian wheat breeders’ relationship with Mexico spans more than 40 years


October 11, 2014


Veteran breeder John Navazio joins Johnny’s Selected Seeds (The Packer)


October 9, 2014


New Zealand - Pea growing yields significantly boosted by industry breeding partnership (The National Business Review)


October 8, 2014


Rutgers University scientists lead project to breed new hot pepper varieties (The Grower)


October 7, 2014


Syngenta part of innovative public, private, producer partnership (P4) to improve wheat breeding through double-haploid technology


Breakthrough in maize chloroplast transformation


Rutgers University researchers strive to produce environmentally friendly grass (The Daily Targum)


October 6, 2014


Natural gene selection can produce orange corn rich in provitamin A for Africa, U.S.


October 3, 2014


Wild grass provides target for wheat, barley breeding research at the John Innes Centre (The Crop Site)


Breeder working to prevent cross-pollination (Richmond News)


Alameda Superior Court won’t toss suit by strawberry industry against UC Davis over plant research (The Sacramento Bee)


Maize in Tanzania, breakthroughs yet to come  (DT Maize - Quarterly Bulletin of the Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa Project - Vol. 3 No. 3)


October 1, 2014


Syngenta supports the future of plant breeding with Breeding Academy, university partnerships


September 30, 2014


Kenyan leaders urge seed breeders to develop more varieties and keep multiplying


September 26, 2014


New blood needed in rice science, International Rice Research Institute urges ASEAN 


International Rice Research Institute conducts training on latest molecular breeding technologies for developing new rice varieties 


Developing nutritious and delicious organic barley


September 25, 2014


Malaysia receives world recognition in plant mutation breeding (Bernama)


Playing tag with sugars in the cornfield
Zuckerwettstreit im Maisfeld


Can Genetic Engineering Help Food Crops Better Tolerate Drought? A review of innovative technologies in OMICS Journal


Manitoba, Canada - Governments announce funding for industry-led feed grain research


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