The European Union will provide almost 1.5 million euros to support CRAG’s new programme
Researchers at CRAG and the North Carolina State University have discovered four bottlenecks that limit the bacterium invasion in bacterial wilt resistant tomato plants
Chloroplast-to-nucleus signalling in rice plays distinct roles under red and blue light conditions, fine-tuning photoprotection under potentially photodamaging conditions
A work led by CSIC researcher Blanca San Segundo demonstrates that too much phosphate makes rice more susceptible to the blast disease.
CRAG researchers publish a review in Science about the ongoing biotechnological strategies to deal with drought, the greatest threat to agriculture
The CSIC researcher Paloma Mas leads a study published in Nature Plants demonstrating that the clock protein ELF4 moves in synch with temperature to coordinate rhythms in shoots and roots.
Researchers plan to produce a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine in plants using technologies available at CRAG
CRAG launches a platform to maintain ties with its alumni and to facilitate networking among them
A recently published article shows how modern computational methods can help in the breeding of species with more than two sets of chromosomes.