Nottingham BBSRC Wheat Research Centre

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July 2019 1st International Wheat Congress

Julie presented our wild relative introgressions at the 1st international wheat congress, Saskatoon Canada. #iwc2019

 
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May 2019 Monogram Annual Network Meeting

We really enjoyed hosting this years Monogram here at Nottingham, where Surbhi Grewal presented her poster on "The rapid identification of homozygosity and site of wild relative introgressions in wheat through chromosome-specific KASP™ genotyping assays". Great job done by the organising committee and looking forward to Dundee next year!

 
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April 2019 1st International Experts Workshop on Pre-breeding Utilizing Crop Wild Relatives

Professor Ian king talks about our latest research on durum wheat in Rabat, Morocco.

 
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April 2019 4th IWYP Conference

A fantastic day at the IWYP hub field plots at CIMMYT Obregon (@IWYP_wheat). Great to see our DH mutica lines in the field and all the other work being performed on the IWYP outputs. 

 
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April 2019 4th IWYP Conference 

Julie Introducing our new IWYP project on flowering morphology and Hybrid Wheat at CIMMYT Obregon.

 
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February 2019 4th International group meeting, Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, India 

Ian King talking about Am. muticum derived high Zinc (50-148 ppm) wheat lines. @khokharjaswant.

 
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January 2019 Plant and Animal Genome XXVII San Diego, California. 

Julie King invited as plenary speaker at PAGXXVII talking about introducing new genetic variation into wheat through introgressions of wild relatives chromosome segments. 

 

 
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November 2018 John Innes Centre.

Nottingham University showing how to cross wheat wild relatives at the first Designing Future Wheat course on wheat genetics hosted at the JIC. 

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December 2017

Botany Geek James Wong visits us! “At Nottingham Uni  @Notts_WRC are working with an international team of science geeks in an epic race to ensure wheat yields keep up with population growth. That means painstakingly making 25,000 hand-pollinated hybrids in this one lab alone.”

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April 2016

Back to the "Wild". The Nottingham BBSRC Wheat Research Centre opens!

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Listen to our podcast on "exploitation of interspecific diversity for monocot crop improvement".

 

Nottingham BBSRC Wheat Research Centre

Department of Plant and Crop Science
The University of Nottingham
School of Biosciences
Sutton Bonington Campus
Leics, LE12 5RD

Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 6014

Email: sb-notts-WRC@nottingham.ac.uk