CBGP In the Media 2012



- Monday, 10 September 2012

EFFECT OF BIODIVERSITY CHANGES IN DISEASE RISK

CBGP researchers underline the relevance of different ecological factors in determining disease risk in wild and in human-managed habitats.

UPM

Boletin Agrario

Agencia SINC

ECOnoticas

 

Onda Regional de Murcia (ORM):

 

 



- Monday, 06 August 2012

BROCCOLI, CABBAGE & CO.: MUSTARD OILS AS CHEMICAL MACE

Broccoli and other plants use mustard oils to ward off pests. These natural substances are also thought to have a preventive effect on cancer. A Danish-German-Spanish team is now presenting new findings about mustard oils in plant science in “Nature” – with interesting prospects for agriculture.

El Digital de Madrid

Europapress

La Información

PYSN

 

 



- Wednesday, 23 May 2012

UPM AT MONTEGANCEDO, A CAMPUS OF EXCELLENCE

Interview with Fernando García-Arenal, CBGP Director.

TeleMadrid

 

 

 



- Monday, 07 May 2012

CBGP RESEARCHERS HAVE STUDIED THE RESPONSE TO PLANT ANTIMICROBIAL PEPTIDES OF THE BACTERIUM DICKEYA DADANTII 3937

This pathogen causes soft rot diseases in a wide range of crops e. g. potato. The knowledge of the defense mechanisms against these substances widely distributed in the plant kingdom will facilitate the design of strategies to interfere with the development of the disease.

UPM

SINC

Agrodigital.com

Boletinagrario.com

Consumer Eroski

 

 



- Sunday, 06 May 2012

ONDA CERO INTERVIEW WITH FERNANDO PONZ

Plant viruses: nuisances and useful tools

Sociedad Española de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular (SEBBM)

Onda Cero:

 

 

 



- Monday, 23 April 2012

A HYPOALLERGENIC MUTANT OF MELON PROFILIN COULD BE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY IN POLLEN–FOOD PROFILIN ALLERGIC PATIENTS.

A group of CBGP and UPM researchers develope hypoallergenic mutants for immunotherapy in collaboration with different hospitals.

UPM

Madri+d

La Información

Qué

fisicahoy.com

SINC

Yahoo

Europa Press

Agrodigital.com

Terra

La voz de Galicia

El Economista

 

 



- Wednesday, 18 April 2012

UPM INTERVIEW WITH JAN ZOUHAR, CBGP RESEARCHER

Jan Zouhar describes his research experience at CBGP, focused on how storage proteins are sent to the proper destination in plant cells.

UPM

 

 

 

 



- Friday, 16 March 2012

CBGP PROFESSOR LUIS RUBIO RECEIVES GRANT TO DEVELOP NITROGEN-FIXING CEREALS.

The research program under the NFIX acronym has a $3 million funding for a period of 52 months from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

UPM

Agrodigital

Alphagalileo

Canarias7

Cibersur

Eurocarne

Genoma España

La Voz de Galicia

Lukor

Madridiario

Madri+d

Sinc

Vidarural

 

 

 



- Monday, 02 January 2012

CBGP REVIEW ABOUT WHEAT ALLERGENS ASSOCIATED WITH BAKER’S ASTHMA

Dr. Diaz-Perales participates in this work that deals with the current diagnosis and immunomodulatory treatments of baker's asthma, as well as the role of wheat allergens as molecular tools to enhance management and knowledge of this disease.

UPM

La Vanguardia

Europa Press

 

 

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