Newsletter 4 – january 2018
Trainings Crop management and Development of Innovative Cropping Systems – Wheat and barley Pre-breeding – May 2018 – Cambridge
During the WHEALBI project, an important issue is given to the knowledge transmission.
Last trainings of the project are organised in May 2018 in Cambridge:
- Crop Management and Development of Innovative Cropping Systems
Presentation of the WHEALBI project
A short movie which explains the main objectives of the project, the principle characters and the resources engaged.
EUCARPIA CEREAL/IWIW2 JOINT MEETING – 19-22 MARCH 2018 – CLERMONT-FERRAND, FRANCE
We are pleased to announce the next Eucarpia Cereal section meeting, jointly organised with the 2nd International Wheat Innovation Workshop, that will be held in Clermont-Ferrand (France) from the 19thto 22th of March, 2018.
The cereal section congress of…Continue reading
Work Packages : Description and involvement in the WHEALBI project
The WHEALBI project is organised in 7 technical work packages. Each one studies a way to improve the wheat and barley production in Europe.
Interviews of people engaged in WHEALBI have been recorded during the…Continue reading
Symposium From Genotype to Phenotype: Modelling plant adaptation across multiple environments, Wageningen, 16 November 2017
A symposium organised by Biometris and Whealbi :
From Genotype to Phenotype: Modelling plant adaptation across multiple environments
will be held in Wageningen (Auditorium C1040, Orion Building, Wageningen Campus) Thursday 16 of November 2017
The symposium is subdivided…Continue reading
D8.5: Farmer colleges field trials
A deliverable summarizing the different steps and organisation of the Farmer college project has been released.
It can be uploaded here: D8.5-Whealbi_College ProjectContinue reading
D4.1: Database containing sequence variation in >500 wheat and >500 barley accessions
The deliverable D4.1: “Database containing sequence variation in >500 wheat and >500 barley accessions across exome capture design space” is available.
A short description is presented below:
Objectives: The WP2 generated a massive amount of resequencing…
About the Allele mining / genetic analysis / Data Analysis Trainings of June 2017
The two trainings organised by the WHEALBI consortium (with special involvement of the University of Zurich, Wageningen University, Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen, INRA) and hosted by Wageningen University (thanks to Daniela Bustos-Korts for…Continue reading
Trainings Allele mining / genetic analysis / Data Analysis – June 2017 – Wageningen
During the course of the WHEALBI project, an important focus is given to the knowledge transmission.
After the Phenotyping and Genotyping trainings organised in April-Mai 2016, two other workshops/trainings are organised in June 2017 in Wageningen: