Plantum members are invited to share their experience and research interests to influence the direction of future European crop breeding research.
Input for the EC
The H2020 CAPITALISE project aims to exploit natural variation in core elements of photosynthesis to identify and develop new genetic resources and support tools. The results of this survey will feed into a Research Roadmap on improving yield and resistance to abiotic stresses. This will help direct future EC decision making towards funding industry/academic collaborative research to develop more climate resilient crops. More information about the CAPITALISE project is available here.
The survey is available in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian and should only take about 5 minutes to complete. You can do the survey anonymously or leave your email at the end and be informed about the outcome. You can find the link to survey here.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. For any further information about the survey, please contact Dr Louisa Dever: email@example.com.