PlantEd – COST Action CA18111 – Genome editing in plants

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PlantEd WG meetings

The WG meetings will be held on Monday 20 Sept at 16:00-18:00. Here below are the links for those of you who are joining online: …

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Posters, and Book of Abstracts, for the 2nd PlantEd conference now available!

Here we present the posters that will be displayed at the 2nd PlantEd conference in Lecce, Italy, on 20-22 Sept 2021. The Book of Abstracts …

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Call for Virtual Mobility (VM) grants

The 1st call for Virtual Mobility (VM) grants in the COST Action CA18111 PlantEd is now open. We invite participants of COST Action CA18111 PlantEd  …

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2nd PlantEd conference

Location: Lecce, Italy Time: 20-22 September 2021 The 2nd conference of PlantEd (COST Action 18111) will take place over three days, with open scientific sessions …

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We are recruiting a PlantEd Academy Manager

We are planning to set up the PlantEd Academy. This will take the shape of an online platform to promote the Action through various communication …

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13 April webinar: From research to innovation with new breeding techniques

PlantEd and Växtnoden is inviting to the webinar “From research to innovation with new breeding techniques” Date: 13 April 2021 Time: 14:00-15:30 (CEST) Speakers: Petra …

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23 Feb webinar: CRISPR/Cas-mediated mutagenesis of plant traits

On 23 Feb, PlantEd and #UKPlantSciPresents co-organised a webinar on “CRISPR/Cas-mediated mutagenesis of plant traits”. Prof. Goetz Hensel, Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Heinrich-Heine University, Germany, …

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Publication from PlantEd WG2 in Plant Cell Reports

A team from PlantEd WG has published a review “Targeted plant improvement through genome editing: From lab to field”, with financial support from the Action. …

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PlantEd active in open consultations to EU authorities

Taking advantage of all the expertise within PlantEd, we have responded to some open consultations that are highly relevant for plant genome editing. EFSA consultation …

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Special issue in Agronomy dedicated to plant genome editing

Genome editing is a technology with great potential, allowing rapid genetic alterations at a level of precision not seen before. The corresponding capacity for improved …

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