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Researchers have genetically transformed the Common Primrose (Primula vulgaris) for the first time.
Technology first used by NASA to grow plants extra-terrestrially is fast tracking improvements in a range of crops.
EI and a consortium of European scientists have received over 1.6m euros from ERACoBiotech to combat aggressive crop pests using insect pheromones.
EI and NAU in China work together towards resolving the urgent issue of agri-food security in China by developing precision agriculture solutions.
Published in Genome Biology, novel research has shed further light on how plants can use ‘baits’ to recognise and trap disease-causing pathogens before infection can take hold.
An international consortium led in the UK by the James Hutton Institute has published the first high-quality genome sequence of barley in the journal Nature.
Annual HPCwire awards presented to leaders in the global HPC community.