The SBC has a well-equipped laboratory in the Plant Reproductive Biology building. In the past years, the SBC has focused on moving basic research to applications that will enable the seed and biotechnology industries to incorporate technologies for sustainable agriculture. The SBC conducts collaborative research with private companies and other academic institutions to develop new tools for plant breeding, identify novel traits, improve seed quality, promote commercialization of new products and facilitate co-existence of diverse production systems. Current and recent research projects include:
- Seed physiology and technology
- Collaboration for Plant Pathogen Strain Identification (CPPSI)
To view archived research projects, visit Past Research.
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