PlantEd – COST Action CA18111 – Genome editing in plants

PlantEd online lecture series

PlantEd is organising an online lecture series on genome editing in plants, with many high-profile speakers. The series, which is organised by PlantEd WG1 leaders Dr Goetz Hensel (henselg@hhu.de) and Dr Katrijn Van Laere (katrijn.vanlaere@ilvo.vlaanderen.be) will continue regularly until the end of 2022 and be organised via Zoom. A separate announcement will be sent out to the PlantEd network before each event, and also updated here on the website and posted on the PlantEd Twitter account (@COST_PlantEd).

 

Upcoming webinar:

November 30, 2022 – 4 PM CEST

Prof. Neal Stewart, Centre of Agricultural Synthetic Biology, University of Tennessee, USA. Title: Engineering and editing of the plastid genome using the mini-synplastome.

Dr. Sadiye Hayta, John Innes Centre, UK. Title: Deploying morphological genes for extending gene editing in cereal crops.

Here is the announcement for the 6th event, incl an introduction to the speakers together with registration link: announcement November 30

 

Previous webinars:

5th webinar / October 26, 2022 – 4 PM CEST

Prof. Dan Voytas, Department of Genetics, Cell Biology and Development, Center for Precision Plant Genomics, University of Minnesota, USA. Title: Overcoming bottlenecks in plant gene editing.

Dr. Concetta Licciardello, Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agraria (CREA), Centro di ricerca Olivicoltura Frutticoltura Agrumicoltura (OFA), Italy. Title: Two case studies to improve citrus fruit quality by using the New Plant Breeding Techniques.

Here is the announcement for the 5th event, incl an introduction to the speakers together with registration link: announcement October 26

With kind permission from the speakers, here is a recording of the webinar.

 

4th webinar / September 28, 2022 – 4 PM CEST

Prof. Jochen Kumlehn, Division of Cell Biology and Biotechnology, Research group Plant Reproductive Biology, IPK Gatersleben, Germany – Cas Endonuclease Technology in Cereals – Targeted Mutagenesis and Approaches to Higher Precision 

Prof. Yinong Yang, Department of Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology, Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, Pennsylvania State University, USA – CRISPR/Cas-enabled Genome Editing, Precision Breeding and Disease Diagnostics 

Here is the announcement for the 4th event, incl an introduction to the speakers together with registration link: announcement September 28_

 

3rd webinar / August 31, 2022 – 4 PM CEST

Prof. Jose Antonio Daros, Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Plantas (IBMCP), Plant Virus Biotechnology lab, Spain – CRISPR/Cas genome editing in plants using viral vectors to express the reaction components

Dr. Azka Noureen, The Sainsbury Laboratory, UK – Development of Broad-spectrum resistance in Solanum tuberosum against PVY by exploiting CRISPR/Cas13

Here is the announcement for the 3rd event, incl an introduction to the speakers together with registration link: announcement August 31

With kind permission from the speakers, here are their presentations in PDF format:

2022-08-31 Viral vectors express CRISPR-Cas reaction components (J.A. Daròs)

PlantEd WG1 Online Lecture series 2022 by Dr. Azka Noureen

 

2nd webinar / June 29, 2022 – 4 PM CEST

Prof. Yiping Qi, Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture, University of Maryland, College Park, USA – Boosting plant genome editing with a versatile CRISPR-combo system

Prof. Avraham A. Levy, Weizmann Institute of Science, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Israel – What determines genome editing efficiency: break or repair?

Here is the announcement for the 2nd event, incl an introduction to the speakers together with registration link: announcement June 29_final

 

1st webinar / May 25, 2022 – 4 PM CEST

Prof. Caixia Gao, Intitute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China – Expanding the utility of precision genome editing

Prof. Holger Puchta, Botanical Institute, Karlruhe Institute of Technology, Germany – Applying CRISPR/Cas in plants: from gene editing to chromosome and tissue engineering

Here is the announcement for the 1st lecture, incl an introduction to the speakers together with registration link: announcement May 25_final

 

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