Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress: Europe, Netherlands

Barbara Pipan, PhD from Agricultural Institute od Slovenia attended the International Conference on Plant Genetics, held on the 14th and 15th of May 2018 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. In the framework of This Site the SLO-ACE project, she presented a poster titled “Application of molecular data to construct common bean core collection hire a domestic worker, (Central and South Eastern European germplasm example)”.

At the conference, lectures were basically  focused on presenting newer biotechnological methods – improvement of mental health genotypes / varieties more information in conjunction with classical plant breeding MODERNPROPERTYSOLUTIONS. Barbara Pipan, PhD actively participated also in the round table on genomic selection.


On Wednesday, 26th of September 2017, the Kick-Off Meeting of EU Teaming project with acronym SLO-ACE was held at the headquarters of the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia in Ljubljana. The project is funded within the European Union’s Research and Innovation Program H2020.

The leading partner, Agricultural Institute of Slovenia (KIS) and its partner institutions from Denmark and France, the Aarhus University (AU) and Institut National de la recherche agronomique  (INRA), presented the aims and scope of the partnership – the creation of a center of excellence in agriculture and the strengthening of research and innovation cooperation at norgescasino online casino reviews.

In the beginning the audience was addressed by the Director of the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia, Andrej Simončič, PhD and the project coordinator of SLO-ACE, Vladimir Meglič, PhD, who presented the aims and importance of the project for the Institute and the Slovenian agriculture research environment. The governmental support for this ambitious project was emphasized by the high representatives of the Ministry of the education, science and sports, state secretary Tomaž Boh, PhD, and director of agriculture directorate at the Ministry of agriculture, forestry and food, Mrs. Tadeja Kvas Majer. At the end, the representatives of partnering institutes , Aarhus University (Per Gregersen, Mogens Nicolaisen, Hanne Lakkenborg Kristensen) and INRA (Jean-François Hocquette, Remy Ghidossi, Bénédicte Lebret) presented their institutions and their role in the project SLO-ACE.