BioGEVES participated in the 26th edition of the Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) which took place in San Diego on 13-18 January 2018. This annual conference brought together 3,151 participants from 66 countries. Over 180 scientific and technical workshops were organised and more than 1,250 posters were presented (http://www.intlpag.org/). Around 75% of those present were involved in plant-related activities. BioGEVES, who collaborated with INRA Ploudaniel on the “SecureBracysol” project, presented a poster on part of the project results. This project aimed to improve the management of genetic resources collections of Brassica.
Posted 03/09/2018 | Last modification 03/09/2018
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