News+Events

  • From January 14th to 18th it’s all about genomes

    To start the year on a high, TRADITOM coordinator Antonio Granell (CSIC) will present the project at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference during a workshop session on Solanaceae genomics held on Sunday 15th of January. His talk is titled “Digging in the European Tomato Variability Pool (TRADITOM)”. Besides Toni, also TRADITOM partners Giovanni Giuliano (ENEA), Alisdair Fernie (MPIMP) and...
  • TRADITOM Review Meeting in Brussels

    On November 10, 2016, the TRADITOM Consortium met up in Brussels to present the progress of the project to EC Officer Isabelle Van Borm and Reviewer Māra Bleidere. In dedicated work package (WP) presentations, the WP leaders summed up their achievements in the project thus far and outlined the work that still needs to be done. The consortium entered a fruitful dialogue with their guests and...
  • Tomato and grape under discussion in Portugal

    Fourth Annual Meeting of the COST Action QUALITY FRUIT 2016 in Porto
  • Keep track of funding opportunities under Horizon 2020: Calls in 2017 at a glance

    The European Innovation Partnership for Agricultural productivity and Sustainability (EIP-AGRI) has released a brochure summarising the funding opportunities for the 2017 calls for Horizon 2020, Societal challenge 2: ‘Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy’. The brochure lists the upcoming call deadlines, allocated...
  • Strategic approach to EU agricultural research and innovation

    A final paper on a strategic approach to EU agricultural research & innovation has recently been published to present the outcome of the European Conference ‘Designing the path’, which took place in January 2016 in Brussels. It represents the achievements of an over one year-long process to develop a strategic approach within EU agricultural research and innovation. A plethora of workshops...