CBGP In the Media 2020
- Thursday, 30 July 2020
Research in practice
Blanca Velasco, a former CBGP (UPM-INIA) researcher who obtained Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Isabel Díaz joins the University of Burgos Office of Knowledge Transfer. Her direct research experience helps to translate the knowledge into applying for competitive national and international projects and grants and to provide support during the process
- Monday, 18 May 2020
Plantas como biofactorías
As a part of the on line celebration of the Fascination of Plants Day 2020, Fernando Ponz, a PI of Plant virus biotechnology group joined the round table organized by Granada Ciudad de la Ciencia with a talk entitled “Plantas como biofactorías”.
- Wednesday, 22 April 2020
Molecular tools to develop more drought-resistant legumes
Researchers from two INIA centers, the Center for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics (CBGP-INIA-UPM) and the National Center for Plant Genetic Resources (INIA-CRF) , have just published results of their work in the journal BMC Plant Biology. The article focuses on the design of new molecular tools to be used in improvement strategies against drought in the legume Vicia sativa L.
- Friday, 06 March 2020
Biotechnological and sustainable fertilization in the face of the population growth problem
In order to obtain this sustainable increase, it is necessary to make use of new biotechnological tools, such as gene editing or synthetic biology, and the knowledge generated by researchers over the years.
- Thursday, 13 February 2020
CBGP scientists develop biostimulant that allows the plant to grow more in phosphorus deficit conditions
On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, the Center for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics (CBGP UPM-INIA) celebrated the CBGP S3-Forum I&D for a more sustainable agriculture and quality food, meeting in which Sandra Díaz González, Industrial Doctorate student of CBGP and Plant Response Biotech analyzed the agri-food challenges that agronomists must respond to and the progress of their current research.
- Friday, 07 February 2020
In own name - Agrodiario
A study involving researchers from CBGP-UPM-INIA, shows the power of combining synthetic biology and classical biochemistry to build a critical reaction for nitrogenase biosynthesis in yeasts.