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Sep 8, 2014

The Trees4Future Transnational Access programme offers researchers free access to 28 state-of-the-art forest research structures and facilities across Europe. The facilities on offer focus on genetics, genomics and tree breeding, (eco-)physiology and biotechnology, wood science and technology and modelling/data analysis. They include genetic databanks, biobanks, laboratories, models and decision-support systems.

Read more about the project of one of the Trees4Future visitors, Cindy Verdu from Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech (Université de Liège) who is working at the INRA Genomics-Transcriptomics Facility (GTF). Her work is part of the project DIVERSBLOC, studying the genetic diversity of Robinia pseudoacacia L.

More information: Nouveau projet de mobilité Trees4Future

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