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Crop Functional Genomics
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Plant Pathology
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Plant Nutrition
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General Soil Science and Soil Ecology
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The Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation

was founded in 2005 by a consolidation of several institutes with the goal of coordinating and focusing research and teaching in the field of crop production and resource conservation.
The research of the 14 professors and several independent research groups is directed at a wide field ranging from soil science, microbiology, plant pathology, molecular physiological basis of stress resistance, functional genome analyses, plant breeding and crop production.

News
Two ERC Consolidator Grants for the University of Bonn

Grants from the European Research Council (ERC) go to outstanding researchers and provide funding worth millions. At the University of Bonn, two people are receiving coveted ERC Consolidator Grants: Prof. Dr. Annaliese Mason from the Institute of Crop Sciences and Resource Conservation (INRES) and Prof. Dr. Dennis Lehmkuhl from the Institute of Philosophy.

Passing on the KoGa coordination

The KoGa would like to take this opportunity to thank Dr. Jaenicke once again, who has given the KoGa a face over all these years, has shown a lot of presence and has been involved in numerous third-party funded projects. Thank you, Hannah, and a similarly good hand in your future tasks!

Early Christmas gifts for the field laboratories of the Faculty of Agriculture

The Christ Child arrived a few days early this year at the field laboratories of Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Bonn: the Rectorate had invested significantly and approved four new large vehicles for a total of more than 500,000 euros for the sites essential for agricultural research. Only last week, the last of the ordered tractors was delivered and could now be handed over to the users by Provost Holger Gottschalk. In the future, the tractors will benefit research and teaching, and in particular the PhenoRob cluster of excellence.

Faculty prize from the Theodor Brinkmann Stiftung awarded to the Best Master Thesis Concept

Corinna Sauer from INRES - Plant Nutrition receives the award for her outstanding master thesis concept, which has a clear application potential and practical relevance.

Events
PhenoRob | Women in Science
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10:00 - 12:00
PhenoRob Seminar Series with Sarah Garré (ILVO, Flanders Research Institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food) and Sabine Seidel (University of Bonn) on ...

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Contact

INRES - Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation

Managing Director: Prof. Dr. Thomas Döring

Office

Stephanie Schmidt
+49 228 / 73-2851

inres@uni-bonn.de

Address

Karlrobert-Kreiten-Strasse 13
53115 Bonn

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