MARCH 14-17, 2017 //CÓRDOBA ARGENTINA
Since 2006, the international peanut genomics research community has worked through the Peanut Genome Initiative (PGI) to integrate genomic and biotechnological approaches into the process for developing effective environmentally benign solutions that help reduce economic risks of peanut production. The PGI has facilitated improved collaboration between international scientists and stakeholders through a series of international conferences on Advances in Arachis through Genomics and Biotechnology (AAGB). AAGB meetings provide a forum to develop, implement and account results of work toward strategic plans that ultimately lead to more productive varieties and enhanced quality products.
The program will include genomic presentations of diploid species and the cultivated species, use of molecular technologies for crop improvement, advances in sequencing and genomic science.
NOTICE: All Registration Fees are expresed in AR$
Registration Fees in U$D
Before January 15, 2017
Professionals: $400- Students: $100- Spouses: $200
Before February 15, 2017
Professionals: $450- Students: $150- Spouses: $250
March 14, 2017
Come join us in Córdoba, Argentina, and help us move peanuts forward in the 21st century.
More info: http://aagb.cba.gov.ar/