In the context of the International Day of Girls and Women in Science, we interviewed the director of CRAG, L. María Lois.
These populations of bacteria outside their hosts are the ones responsible for dissemination and potential disease outbreaks
A new tool called GenoDrawing can predict the shape of apples from their genetic markers using deep learning
A genomics approach to the problem of the corked wine aroma
The project, funded by the EU's SusCrop programme, will investigate microbiome variability in a unique collection of 600 apple genotypes grown in six European regions.
This is the main objective of the GEMIPLANT demonstration project, which prepares training and transfer actions on plant genomics for farmers, horticulturists and breeders
The event brought together more than 115 participants and prominent speakers of the field
The CRAG researcher and specialist in gene editing techniques was called as the invited expert to discuss the potential of new technologies for a more sustainable and resilient agriculture