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Tools for Polyploids Workshop

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Dr. Iorizzo's lab at NCSU is looking for a highly motivated post-doc that will focus on understanding the molecular mechanism involved in the regulation and biosynthesis of secondary metabolite… more
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Our co-director, Dr. David Byrne has received the Innovation Award from Texas A&M! He was one of 27 other AgriLife Research scientists whose patents and certificates were recognized at a ceremony… more
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The University of Minnesota in partnership with the Plant Breeding Center is hosting a Summer Institute in Plant Breeding on June 20-24! This in-person course will cover genomic prediction,… more
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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and Research just published a press release spotlighting the Tools for Polyploids project. In the release, they discuss our goal of developing tools and resources to… more
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Dr. Chris Maliepaard and Dr. Roeland Voorrips are members of our computational team and just published new research on QTL mapping in polyploids. Read the publication, Mulitiallelic models for QTL… more
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The recorded presentations from the 2022 Training Workshop are now available on our website here and are also posted on our YouTube channel. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel so you can be… more
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Due to the rise in cases of COVID-19, we have decided to shift the 2022 Training Workshop to a fully virtual meeting. We will no longer be meeting in person at San Diego State University. You can… more
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  Dr. Chris Maliepaard is currently an associate professor and research group leader of a group working on ‘Quantitative Aspects of Plant Breeding’. He carries out research… more
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  This Project Spotlight goes to Dr. Oscar Riera Lizarazu! He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University and also serves as… more
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  Dr. Jeffrey Endelman is an Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and leads the university potato breeding program. He is a co-developer of 16 potato… more
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