UK conferences and workshops

Wednesday 25 September 2013, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
Leading scientists and industry experts will be joining forces at AHDB’s Crop Research Conference to discuss how a better scientific understanding of pests, weeds and diseases can lead to practical crop protection tools for growers. Future research priorities will also be up for discussion following the recent publication of the Government’s AgriTech Strategy.
Find out more at hgca.com/research

18-21 November 2013, John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK,
The BBSRC funded Wheat Improvement Strategic Programme (WISP) aims to identify new and useful genetic variation to support the vital contribution of wheat breeding to food security.  The aim of this course is to offer training in the genetic analysis methodologies employed in WISP at the John Innes Centre.  The participants will gain the skills necessary to apply these methodologies in their own research.
See attached for further information and course application form.

Previous Conferences and Workshops

‘Development of appropriate variety testing methodology for assessing nitrogen requirements’, Stakeholder Workshop: 2nd August 2010, KWS Thriplow

Eucarpia Cereals Section Meeting: 6 8 April 2010, Cambridge

Joint Healthgrain/Bioexploit Workshop: 6 8 April 2010, part of the Eucarpia meeting in Cambridge

Monogram Network Workshop: 2 4 March 2010, Norwich