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June 3, 2022


Survival of the best: The past, present and future of plant breeding


December 8, 2021


Review & Opinion: A European perspective on opportunities and demands for field-based crop phenotyping


October 29, 2021


Securing the future of African food culture - One phenotype at a time


October 15, 2021


Opinion paper: EU Consortium calls for "Designing the Crops for the Future; The CropBooster Program"


November 17, 2020


Your participation needed: Global Plant Phenotyping Survey 2020/21


March 25, 2020


Better plant screening could lead to faster innovation (AgWeb)


March 26, 2019


3 questions à une jeune pousse : Hiphen
3 questions for a start-up: Hiphen


February 25, 2019


APPF and University of Adelaide PhD student, Brooke Bruning, shares experiences from her recent trip to Phenome 2019 and Purdue University, USA


June 6, 2017


Dans la fabrique des plantes du futur de Pioneer, dans l'Iowa (Le Monde)


April 10, 2017


Panel at Monsanto’s Vegetable Research & Development branch in Woodland, California  discusses revolutionary ag technology and growers’ hesitance to use it (Daily Democrat)


January 5, 2017


What the experts are saying about plant phenotyping and food security


March 17, 2015


Dr. Edwin Reidel interview at SLAS 2015 in Waschington D.C. - Labtube interview about the Scanalyzer HTS


September 23, 2014


Is coffee gene sequencing enough?


November 13, 2013


The videos and PDFs of the PhenoDays 2013 talks which have been approved for publication by the corresponding speakers are now available online


September 2, 2013


A new approach to plant breeding (Yuma Sun)


January 30, 2013


Ein Forscher vermisst die Pflanze - Interview mit Professor Dr. Ulrich Schurr


November 14, 2012


The Netherlands - Nico van Vliet of Monsanto on the 'mission impossible': the quest for the perfect tomato (Fresh Plaza)


November 6, 2012


LemnaTec GmbH posts all PhenoDays 2012 talks to its website




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