Dèdéou Tchokponhoué and Carlos Houdegbe from GBioS attending the second hands-on
As result of their collaboration with their donors and 20 partner companies who donated materials,
From 06 to 14 June 2018, a delegation from the World Bank conducted a mission in Benin in order to prepare a study on the strategic
The EU-funded Mobreed under its Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme, has provided funding to support training of graduate students in African universities.
The laboratory of Genetics, Horticulture and Seed Science (GBioS) has initiated hands-on activities for students of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
A powerhouse of innovation, this tiny country embodies the future of farming.
At Wageningen University & Research almost half the graduate students hail from abroad, from more than one hundred nations. Dêêdi Sogbohossou, a doctoral student from Benin, is developing a breeding program for the spider plant, a leafy vegetable widespread in tropical areas of the world.
Nutrition and genetics in Africa
Nov 23rd 2017| Nairobi
CASSAVA and sweet potatoes. Lablab beans and water berries. Bitter gourds and sickle sennas. Elephant ears and African locusts.
Certificate delivery ceremony to participants of the market gardening techniques and practices training organized by the GBioS Laboratory.
On September 5th, 2017, at the laboratory of Genetics, Horticulture and Seed Sciences, where organize a ceremony to grant the participants of the trainee on
GBioS together with three other universities in Africa won a second Intra-Africa project known with the acronym ‘’GENES’’ with the title: Mobility for plant genomics scholars to accelerate climate-smart adaptation options and food security in Africa. Total cost: Euro 1,399,800
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