Seed Biotechnology Center
Seed Biotechnology Center
Seed Biotechnology Center
University of California
Seed Biotechnology Center

SBC in the News

 

2016

  • SBC Director of Research, Allen Van Deynze, is a part of the team working to change lives and improve communities in Africa through the Agricultural Greater Good Initiative. Read more
  • HM.Clause, a key sponsor of the SBC’s Kent J. Bradford Endowed Chair, was awarded the UC Davis Innovative Community Partner Award. Read more
  • SBC Director of Research, Allen Van Deynze unveils a hot new tool for pepper breeding in Nature.com article. Read more
  • The UC Davis Plant Breeding Academy graduated its fifth class with a session in Davis, California. Read more
  • Nature Genetics magazine features the research work of SBC's Director of Research, Dr. Allen Van Deynze and colleagues on the carrot genome. Read more.
  • Dr. Allen Van Deynze, SBC Director of Research, and a team of researchers succeed at identifying the full genetic code of the carrot to help improve crops. Read more. This article was also featured in Seed World Daily.
  • 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.

2015

2014

2013

  • 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

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