XXIVth EUCARPIA Maize and Sorghum Conference
Integrating quantitative and molecular genetics to develop new breeding methods in maize and sorghum
October 7 -9, 2019
further informationen and registration
TUM Summer School 2019 on "Selection and Breeding"
Herrsching am Ammersee
June 25 – July 2, 2019
further information and registration
On February 25, 2019 the final event of the project network BayKlimaFit took place at the Munich Residence. (German language only)
News report 17:30 Sat.1 Bayern covering the final event - 25.02.2019 (German only)
Press release Bavarian State Ministry of the Environmental and Consumer Protection (German language only)
Press release TUM 28.02.2019 (German only)
more press releases
Symposium „Climate change in urban areas – challenges for agriculture and water management” 19.02.2019, at the Munich Residence.
Programm (German only)
Podium discussion about “Risks and chances of the climate change” with Prof. Sonnewald FAU Erlangen.
On February 6, 2018, Prof. Chris-Caroline Schön talked about „Green biotechnology – chances and future perspectives" at the Lindenkeller Freising. The talk is part of the event "TUM@Freising, Science explained for everyone". News article Freisinger Tagblatt (German only) (as tif-file)
Link to the University homepage (German only)
Link to Freising (German only)
On October 9, 2017 the project network BayKlimaFit presented first results in an interim report at the Innovations- und Gründerzentrum Biotechnologie (IZB) in Martinsried/Munich.
Program in pdf-file format (German language only)
News coverage MünchenTV on 9. Oktober 2017 (German language only)
Photos from the meeting - coming soon
Course: Selection Theory
Instructor: Prof. Bruce Walsh (University of Arizona, USA)
Location: Herrsching am Ammersee, Germany
Dates: 25. March - 1. April 2017
Course language: English
Dates: 23. - 24. März 2017
German Plant Breeding Society (GPZ)
On 14th April 2016 the Bavarian State Minister Ms. Ulrike Scharf launched the project network “BayKlimaFit – Strategies for the adaptation of crop plants to climate change” at the Munich Residence.