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Paper maps advances to breed more climate-resilient plants

Plants that are more resistant to the climate crisis and with an efficient absorption of nutrients are the new trend in the development of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). An article

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Estudo inédito decifra mecanismo-chave da comunicação celular entre mitocôndria e núcleo na resposta a estresses das plantas

Pesquisa pode contribuir com desenvolvimento de plantas resistentes à seca e também com novos tratamentos para doenças humanas Um artigo publicado hoje (2) na revista Current Biology demonstrou que uma

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Inscrições abertas para quatro bolsas de treinamento técnico no GCCRC (INSCRIÇÕES PRORROGADAS ATÉ 28/2)

ATENÇÃO: As inscrições para essas vagas foram prorrogadas até o dia 28 de fevereiro de 2022. Estamos buscando candidatos para quatro bolsas da Fapesp para Treinamento Técnico (modalidade TT-3) no

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Maize Transformation: From Plant Material to the Release of Genetically Modified and Edited Varieties

Over the past decades, advances in plant biotechnology have allowed the development of genetically modified maize varieties that have significantly impacted agricultural management and improved the grain yield worldwide. To

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Centro de Pesquisa em Genômica para Mudanças Climáticas oferece curso sobre biotecnologia agrícola

  O Centro de Pesquisa em Genômica para Mudanças Climáticas (GCCRC), um centro de pesquisa formado em parceria com a Unicamp e Embrapa, lança a terceira edição do curso “From

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Opportunity: Technical Training Scholarship in Plant Microbiome Bioinformatics

The GCCRC is looking for an experienced and creative bioinformatician to develop bioinformatics pipelines for investigating microbial genomes, metagenomes and metatranscriptomes in order to discover new mechanisms associated with plant–microorganism

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Opportunity: Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Genetics and Plant Biotechnology

The Genomics for Climate Change Research Center (GCCRC) is an initiative between the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA) and the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) under the aegis of the São

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An Automated Tool for Assessing Virus Data Quality

Through advances in sequencing technologies and computational approaches, more and more virus sequences are being recovered and identified from environmental samples (metagenomes). However, the quality and completeness of metagenome-assembled virus

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Technical Training opportunity in Plant Microbiome

  The GCCRC is looking for a candidate for a Technical Training Level 3 (graduated) scholarship in plant microbiome. The grantee’s objective is to support the understanding of plant-microorganism interaction

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Post-doctoral opportunity in Plant Microbiome

  The GCCRC is looking for an enthusiastic and talented candidate for a Postdoc position in the research area of plant microbiome. The candidate will work with the GCCRC research

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