News+Events

  • G2P-SOL, TRADITOM and TomRes create synergies on European level

    Good things come in threes: The European research projects G2P-SOL, TRADITOM and TomRes teamed up and held a joint session in Turin. The new H2020 initiative TomRes started its activities in June 2017. During the kick-off meeting, TRADITOM coordinator Prof. Antonio Granell and G2P-SOL coordinator Prof. Giovanni Giuliano introduced the vision and objectives of their running projects to the...
  • Ibérico 2017: VIII Iberian Congress of Horticultural Sciences

    June 07-10, 2017/ Coimbra, Portugal
  • Unraveling the complexity of transcriptomic, metabolomic and quality environmental response of tomato fruit

    Tomato is one of the cornerstones of Italian cuisine and, for this reason, underwent a great diversification resulting in a number of varieties adapted to local conditions, particularly in the Campania region, Italy. The San Marzano and Vesuviano varieties are such examples, and present excellent organoleptic characteristics. These two local varieties impersonate superior genotypes which have...
  • International Biodiversity Day

    Today is the International Day for Biological Diversity.  The European Commission invests about €32 mio in projects promoting agro-biodiversity and genetic resources – and TRADITOM is one of those six projects. To learn more about the EU’s engagement see http://europa.eu/!db78GC or follow the hashtag #EU_AgriResearch.
  • TOMAVAL congress explores special qualities of the Valencian tomato

    The “Valenciana d’El Perelló” tomato is a traditional variety from the Spanish province of Valencia. It is characterized by having heart-shaped fruits of very good texture and flavour which make it one of the most important and popoular Valencian landraces. While the production of Valenican tomatoes increased rapidly over the last ten years, it also has a series of risks and difficulties that...