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Food and nutritional security is one of the major societal challenges for Europe and developing countries.

In the paper titled "Plant breeding as the cornerstone of a sustainable Bioeconomy" authors stress the significance of plant breeding and breeding innovation development of sustainable bioeconomy, particularly in the context of widely discus

On September 11, at Plant ETP’s invitation, experts from the European Commission (DG RTD) visited Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology (MCB) at the Jagellonian University.

The European Bioeconmy Congress „Biocommunities at the heart of EU’s bioeconomy  - Synergies in existing European and national instruments supporting development of local biocommunities”  will take place in Lodz,

On the 27th of October, during the European Commission (EC) Press Conference on the 2018-2020 Work Programme of Horizon 2020, Commissioner Carlos Moedas in charge of Research, Science and Innovation announced how Horizon 2020 will continue to support societal challenges and bre

On December 4th 2017, for the first time the prestigious scientific prize AgroBioTop Award was presented in Warsaw. It is a new programme honouring scientific achievements in biotechnology, opening up new perspectives for the development of farming. The award have been funded by Bayer.

The PBE2018 conference takes place June 18th- 21st, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark and is jointly organized by the European Plant Science Organisation (EPSO) and the Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology (FESPB) with the aim to create a European venue for the latest

On February 22, Prof. Mariana Mazzucato from University College London (UCL) presented her report “Mission-Oriented Research and Innovation in the EU.

AgriResearch Conference - Innovating for the future of farming and rural communities