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11.12.2017

EPPN2020: Call for Access Application to European Plant Phenotyping Infrastructure

EPPN2020

EPPN2020


30.11.2017

Netherlands Plant Eco-Phenotyping Centre


27.11.2017

NPPN Workshop from 22 to 23 November 2017


13.11.2017

Adelaide to Host 5th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium

Adelaide

Adelaide


13.11.2017

BBB – Basic Bioinformatics training for Biologists – Successful PLANT 2030 Summer School 2017 in Gatersleben


13.11.2017

DPPN Workshop "Plant Phenotyping" at the Botaniker Conference 2017 in Kiel from 8 to 21 September 2017


13.11.2017

EMPHASIS – The Plant Phenotyping Landscape in Europe

EMPHASIS logo

EMPHASIS logo


13.11.2017

Grand Opening of the New Plant Cultivation Hall at the Leibniz Institute for Plant Genetics and Cultivated Plant Research (IPK)

Pflanzenkulturhalle

Pflanzenkulturhalle


13.11.2017

IPPN and Social Media

IPPN logo

IPPN logo


13.11.2017

IPPN Travel Grants

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IPPN logo


13.11.2017

IPPN Website Improvements

The IPPN website has been further improved.


13.11.2017

National Phenotyping landscapes – Ireland

Plant Phenotyping in Ireland


13.11.2017

National Phenotyping landscapes – Sweden

The plant phenotyping landscape in Sweden


13.11.2017

National Plant Phenotyping landscapes – Austria

Plant Phenotyping in Austria

 


13.11.2017

National Plant Phenotyping landscapes – Romania

Plant Phenotyping in Romania


13.11.2017

New IPPN Members

IPPN would like to welcome its new members,

  • The Fraunhofer Institute
  • Noble Research Institute
  • Israel Cluster: Hebrew University, Tel Aviv University, and Weizmann Institute of Science
  • Japan Cluster: Kazusa DNA Research Institute and Tokyo University


13.11.2017

Plant Phenomics Phridays Seminars

Plant Phenomics Phridays

Plant Phenomics Phridays


13.11.2017

Plant Phenotyping Editorial

Plant phenotyping is becoming an increasingly important topic in Europe and beyond with many new exciting projects, activities, heightened visibility as well as many new institutions, infrastructures, and people from academia and industry being interested and involved.

During recent years, a number of national and international projects were initiated to address growing demand, enhance integration, and foster information exchange about latest developments in Plant Phenotyping. Within the framework of the EU Horizon 2020 funded European Plant Phenotyping Network 2020 (EPPN 2020), the non-profit association International Plant Phenotyping Network (IPPN), the ESFRI listed plant phenotyping infrastructure initiative EMPHASIS, and the  German Plant Phenotyping Network (DPPN), we would like to issue a regular newsletter to the community at large.


13.11.2017

Plant Phenotyping Forum in Tartu, Estonia: Integrating the European Plant Phenotyping Community

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pp_tartu3 taken from registration website. https://www.plant-phenotyping.org/home_of_tartu_workshop2017


13.11.2017

Plants for Future Bioeconomy in “Glass Laboratory” – New High-Tech Greenhouse Opened at Forschungszentrum Jülich

Einweihung Gewächshaus

Einweihung Gewächshaus


03.11.2017

Job Available--Assisitant Professor or Researcher, Chiba University, Japan


04.10.2017

Position available: Senior Researcher Plant Phenotyping

First review of applications begins 15 November 2017

more information

VIB-UGent Center for Plant Systems Biology


20.09.2017

Plant Phenomics Faculty Director, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA

Deadline: 31 October 2017

more information