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PhD defence, Monday 28 November 2022. Miguel Angel Raffo
PhD defence, Monday 5 December 2022. Ana Claudia Guillenea Golovanevsky
PhD defence, Tuesday 15 November 2022. Jón Hjalti Eiríksson.
PhD defence, Tuesday 1 November 2022. Egill Gautason.
Do you work with breeding? Then join the breeding network meeting at Aarhus University on 27 October, where researchers and companies in both plant and animal breeding present the latest knowledge and visions in the field.
PhD defence, Wednesday 28 September 2022. Bjarke Grove Poulsen
In a recently published article, professor Doug Speed from Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics (QGG), together with colleagues Anubhav Kaphle and David Balding (University of Melbourne), report their most up-to-date results concerning the genetic architectures of complex traits, and how their work with improved methods and models have corrected the original methods proposed more than a decade ago.
A new Danida project headed by Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics (QGG) aims to improve the quantity and quality of Black Soldier Fly products through selective breeding in Kenya and Uganda. The project results are expected to lead to job creation opportunities and climate-friendly bio-waste management in a circular bio economy, and covers several UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Researchers from Aarhus University have received a grant of more than DKK 11 million from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for a new project entitled "Temperature induced disease resistance - TEMPRES". The project will support the green transition in Denmark and the EU by studying plants' resistance to rust diseases and how this resistance is affected by temperature.
Professor Doug Speed from Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics (QGG) and colleagues from the Bioinformatics Research Center (BiRC) and National Centre for Register-based Research (NCRR) at Aarhus University have recently developed improved methods for predicting complex traits. The work has this week been published in the journal Nature Communications.
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The Plant & Animal Genome Conference (PAG) is designed to provide a forum on recent developments and future plans for plant & animal genome projects.…
The annual Plant Congress is the meeting place for the newest knowledge in plant science. This year has a special focus on climate.
2-day course at NCRR on R packages bigsnpr and bigstatsr for performing statistical analyses of large SNP data
Welcome to the first Danish Data Science annual conference! Danish Data Science 2022 is a two-day conference with technical talks in the fields of…
The network meeting has been established to present and discuss the newest research across animal and plant breeding.
Researchers from AU will…
Main scientific topics of the meeting:
Gene-by-Environment interaction and Crop Growth Modeling
Multi-omics data integration
Workshop with the aim of bringing together the research community for an exciting day of knowledge sharing and networking, with the ambition to…
The conference will cover a wide range of topics including classical evolutionary and population genetics fields like demographic history, population…
The next World Congress of Genetics Applied to Livestock Production will be held from 3 to 8 July 2022 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
19th International Congress on Animal Reproduction
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