Professor, Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife Research, USA (TX)
Accessing 60 presentations across six tracks delegates in 2019 discovered how novel gene-editing technologies, CRISPR and other ‘omics’ technologies could be applied to their research. Plus, new streams dedicated to plant phenotyping & bioinformatics ensured that they were kept up-to-date with these rapidly developing areas.
This established meeting has a reputation for delivering exceptional networking and learning experiences for everyone working in plant science.
“Great speakers. Roundtables provided good opportunities for discussion”
“High-class conference: …the conference facilitated networking; the contents were highly informative; hearing academic and industry presentations was very useful..”
“Great focus on CRISPR technology and NGS”
“The two-day format with breakout sessions was perfect”
2019 Featured Speakers – Our full peaker panel can be found here.
Head of Trait Research & Developmental Biology, Site Business Head RTP, Syngenta, USA (NC)
This programme created a collaborative environment which created new relationships across the full range of plant research.
Case studies using the following methods and technologies:
Case across the two days will cover biopesticide and biostimulant use for:
Table 1: Biologicals Regulation
Table 2: Product Formulation – storage & delivery
Table 3: The Grower’s Perspective
Table 4: Building Consumer Support for Biologicals