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    The German National Library of Medicine (ZB MED) – Information Centre for Life Sciences is a key component of German and European information infrastructure in the field of life sciences. It is also a driving force behind the creation of an interconnected digital knowledge base. Drawing on the extensive resources of its unique holdings, ZB MED offers key opportunities for researchers to acquire information and utilise research data in the life sciences arena.

    Köln, Germany
    • Information Management

    Genesys is a global portal to information about Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (PGRFA). It is a gateway from which germplasm accessions from genebanks around the world can be easily found and ordered. GENESYS is the result of collaboration between Bioversity International on...read more

    Bonn, Germany
    • Plant Production and Protection

    The German National Library of Medicine (ZB MED) Information Centre for Life Sciences is a key component of German and European information infrastructure in the field of life sciences. It is also a driving force behind the creation of an interconnected digital knowledge base. Drawing on the...read more

    Köln, Germany
    • Agriculture - General

    Uncertainties in water availability, rising fertilizer and energy costs and increasing demand for renewable raw materials impose serious challenges on the primary sector with far-reaching implications. Irrigation practices put more and more pressure on scarce freshwater resources and mineral fertilizers are often overused leading to environmental problems and heavy impacts on the production costs of producers. Increasing resource efficiency, productivity and competitiveness of agricultural practitioners are crucial for addressing the aforementioned societal challenges.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    Uncertainties in water availability, rising fertilizer and energy costs and increasing demand for renewable raw materials impose serious challenges on the primary sector with far-reaching implications. Irrigation practices put more and more pressure on scarce freshwater resources and mineral fertilizers are often overused leading to environmental problems and heavy impacts on the production costs of producers. Increasing resource efficiency, productivity and competitiveness of agricultural practitioners are crucial for addressing the aforementioned societal challenges.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    New tools have to be developed to mitigate emissions of greenhouse gases and adapt to impacts of climate change with
    respect to the interfaces of water, land use and biodiversity due to water saving techniques, technology development of
    innovative mapping and plant growth monitoring systems. SenSOP-II aims are to provide this tool for advanced smart
    farming operations and water and energy saving techniques.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    New tools have to be developed to mitigate emissions of greenhouse gases and adapt to impacts of climate change with
    respect to the interfaces of water, land use and biodiversity due to water saving techniques, technology development of
    innovative mapping and plant growth monitoring systems. SenSOP-II aims are to provide this tool for advanced smart
    farming operations and water and energy saving techniques.

    Germany
    • Farming Practices and Systems

    The project intends to commercialize an integrated precision farming service model in the cloud to increase farming productivity and profitability in a sustainable way. Today, the majority of farmers manage their crop by gut feeling, leading to inappropriate fertilization, plant damage and unnecessary environmental impact.

    Germany
    • Information Management

    The project intends to commercialize an integrated precision farming service model in the cloud to increase farming productivity and profitability in a sustainable way. Today, the majority of farmers manage their crop by gut feeling, leading to inappropriate fertilization, plant damage and unnecessary environmental impact.

    Germany
    • Information Management

    The BVL is a service provider for consumers who rely on the safety of foodstuffs in Germany, and for businesses who wish to place high-quality products on the market under fair competition. Consumers and businesses will measure the success of the BVL on whether it manages to recognise critical food safety developments early enough so that effective countermeasures can be taken to avoid a crisis.

    Braunschweig, Germany
    • Food safety and Human nutrition

    GRC conducts applied and basic oriented research and teaching in the fields of Viticulture, Oenology, Beverage Technology, Horticulture and related subjects. GRC aims at bridging basic and applied sciences thus bringing basic research into application in the field for the benefit of consumers, growers, advisors and public administration.

    Geisenheim, Germany
    • Agriculture - General

    JKI Geilweilerhofis a public grapevine breeding institute funded by the German Federal Ministry of Nutrition, Agriculture and Consumers Protection. It is in charge of breeding new grapevine cultivars combining high wine quality and fungal disease resistance for sustainable viticulture in Germany. Furthermore, is maintains the German grapevine repository comprising of about 3000 accessions. More than 50 % of the collection consists of genotypes conferring resistances mostly originating from American Vitis species.

    Quedlinburg, Germany
    • Plant Production and Protection
    Gatersleben, Germany
    • Plant Production and Protection