SBC in the News
- Carrot Genome Might Help Improve Crops. Seed World features co-author Dr. Allen Van Deynze, SBC Director of Research.
- UC Global Food Initiative and SBC Plant Breeding students create video, "What is Plant Breeding?".
- SBC Scientists Help Lettuce Adapt to Climate Change. SBC's Director, Dr. Kent Bradford and Alfred Huo are highlighted by Seed World.
- UC Davis SBC to cohost the 13th Annual Solanaceae Conference, September 12-17, 2016.
- Meet the graduates of the first UC Davis Seed Business 101 Horticulture course in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- Experts discuss seed production methods, via MetroIndia.com
- Dr. Kent Bradford and Dr. Gurdev Khush are highlighted in Seed World Magazine's list of 100 most transformational people in the seed industry in the last 100 years.
- See Dr. Allen Van Deynze quoted in Germination: Where’s the GM Alfalfa?
- New GMO Controversy: Are the Herbicides Dangerous? Dr. Kent Bradford discusses
- LGC and the African Orphan Crop Consortium (AOCC) expand co-operation
- Watch video featuring Dr. Kent Bradford, The GMO Debate: What's feeding perceptions of genetically modified foods?
- The African Orphan Crops Consortium's efforts in improving global nutrition was mentioned in SeedQuest
- See Dr. Kent Bradford quoted in National Geographic: Hot Potatoes
- See Dr. Gurdev Khush featured in Seed World: Secrets of the Seed Industry's Most Innovative
- Mother Plants Tell Their Seeds When to Sprout
- Genomics Powers Development of Higher Yielding, More Nutritious Orphan Crops in Africa
- Dr. Gurdev Khush honored at the Plant Breeding for Food Security Symposium
- UC Davis ranked No. 1 in world for agriculture and veterinary sciences
- How seed Drying beads can empower farmers in the tropics
- Morning Ag Clips: $500,000 for the Seed Biotechnology Center
- See the African Plant Breeding Academy featured in Seed World: The Seed Industry's Most Transformational People
- See Dr. Kent Bradford quoted in Seed World: Breeding Healthier Snacks
- Dr. Allen Van Deynze quoted in SeedWorld - Breeding for Climate Change
- See Dr. Rale Gjuric and the Plant Breeding Academy featured in SeedWorld - Training the Force
- Beads and Seeds: How Feed the Future and a Company Called Rhino Research are Helping Vegetable Farmers
- UC Davis developing faster, more accurate robotic cultivator
- Illumina Announces African Orphan Crops Consortium to Receive Agricultural Greater Good Initiative Grant
- Why These Graduates Are Primed to Reduce World Hunger
- Improving the African Yam Bean – neglected crop
- Improving nutrition through African Orphan Crops
- New plant breeding academy graduates to improve Africa’s ‘orphan’ crops
- The Truth About GMOs
- See Dr. Allen Van Deynze quoted in Seed World: Biotech breeders search for ways to revolutionize the regulatory system
- CA&ES Outlook Fall/Winter 2014 Magazine: Activities prepare students for good jobs, bright future
- Plant breeders build capacity to resuscitate African orphan crops
- UC Davis Seed Business 101 completes another successful session in Chicago, IL
- New African plant breeders to improve 'orphan' crops
- SBC along with Dr. Kent Bradford and Dr. Allen Van Deynze were featured in CSA News Magazine: Seed Central-- Public-private partnership seeks to become the Silicon Valley of the seed industry
- Seed Central: Aiming to be the Silicon Valley of seed
- Lovell, A., October 2013. Breeding for Climate Change. SeedWorld
- Towns, J. September 2013. Plant Breeders Look to the Future. SeedWorld
- Kent Bradford was recently featured in the UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Outlook publication. “We only have two choices to feed nine billion people by 2050,” said Bradford. “Either we increase yields on the land that is already in agricultural production, or we expand agriculture onto new land. Those are the only two options.” For the entire article by John Stumbos and Robin Deriux go to caes.ucdavis.edu
- SeedWorld September 2013
- SeedWorld October 2013