Welcome to Seed Central’s Discover Series

Discover Series

Exclusively for Seed Central member companies

Seed Central's Discover Series
There is much basic research that deserves our members’ attention.

Hence the DISCOVER Series:

Discover basic research at UC Davis — accessible exclusively to Seed Central members.

Discover UC Davis scientists whose basic research has potential to translate into applied research of value to Seed Central members.

Past presentations (each one 15 minutes long) are listed on the right side of this page and accessible to Seed Central members.
Future presentations are announced on the calendar of events at www.seedcentral.org/calendarofevents.htm.

To get the password: If your company is a member of Seed Central (see list of member companies at http://www.seedcentral.org/members.htm) and you wish to get the password to access the videos, please contact Kathy Esparza at klesparza@ucdavis.edu FROM YOUR WORK EMAIL so we can properly identify you as an employee of a member company.

Seed Central

Seed Central, Center of Excellence and Innovation

 

 

 

Seed Central is a public-private partnership.

Its purpose is to energize the seed industry cluster surrounding UC Davis and to contribute to the economic development in the region and beyond.

Seed Central facilitates communication & research collaboration between the seed industry and UC Davis in order to bring science to market faster.

UC Davis is a world leader in seed, plant and agricultural sciences. Some 100 seed and seed-related companies are located near UC Davis and benefit greatly from its proximity, but the influence of UC Davis extends throughout the USA and far beyond.

Established in 2010, Seed Central is an initiative of the Seed Biotechnology Center at UC Davis and SeedQuest, joined by a growing number of companies and organizations in the global seed and food industry.

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DISCOVER SERIES PRESENTATIONS (Password needed)

April 2017
Ken Giles, Professor, Dept. of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Stacey Harmer, Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology
Dan Kliebenstein, Professor, Dept. of Plant Sciences

October 2016
Tom Gordon, Professor, Dept. of Plant Pathology
Johan Leveau, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Plant Pathology
Lyn Epstein, Professor, Dept. of Plant Pathology

April 2016
Luca Comai, Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology
Anne Britt, Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology
Ioannis Stergiopoulos, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Plant Pathology

March 2016
Gail M. Bornhorst, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Food Science and Technology
S.P. Dinesh-Kumar, Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology
Siobhan Brady, Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology

October 2015
Julin Maloof, Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology

2016 VegR&D FORUM PRESENTATIONS (No password needed)

Kent J. Bradford, Professor, Dept. of Plant Sciences
Phyllis Himmel, CPPSI, Director; Bryce Falk, Professor, Dept. of Plant Pathology
Neal Williams, Associate Professor, Dept. of Entomology
Richard Michelmore, Genome Center, Director; Professor, Depts. of Plant Sciences, Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Microbiology and Immunology
Anne Britt, Professor, Dept. of Plant Biology
Isabelle Henry, Associate Project Scientist, Dept. of Plant Biology