Graham J. King
Professor, Southern Cross University, Australia
Four conference tracks will explore how novel gene-editing technologies, CRISPR and other ‘omics technologies are being applied to specific crops such as wheat, maize, rice, Arabidopsis, cannabis, orchids, apple, oilseed rape and more. Sessions will also explore the latest research in crop trait development, epigenetics, phenotyping, plant microbiome and disease resistance.
This established meeting has a reputation for delivering exceptional networking and learning experiences for everyone working in plant science. It is co-located with the Microbiome for Agriculture Congress Asia and you have full access to these talks.
“Great focus on CRISPR technology and NGS”
“Speaker calibre was very good; appreciated mix of industry and academic participants”
“Networking was great…made some good connections. Learned a lot”
This congress has been designed to create a collaborative environment in which you can engage with the speakers, sponsors and other delegation in attendance.