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Are Vaccines Calming Fears Over Biotech?

Could all the publicity over the effectiveness of Covid vaccines help calm public concern over biotechnology? Stuart Smyth, associate professor in the Department of...

Jeremy Boychyn: Taking Agronomy from Low to High Resolution

This episode is the second of a series profiling young seed industry members. We will profile bright young minds from the sponsors who support...

How 3 Numbers and 2 Letters Changed the Canola Game

In this week's podcast we look at the winner of this year's Seed of the Year Award — L233P hybrid canola from BASF. Canola designed...

Ask Questions, Pick up the Phone: Career Advice from 2 Bright Young Minds

https://media.blubrry.com/germination_strategy_session/s/content.blubrry.com/germination_strategy_session/Ask_Questions_Pick_up_the_Phone_Career_Advice_from_2_Bright_Young_Minds.mp3   In this episode of the Germination Podcast, Mira van Burck and Madison Spyk of SeCan talk about the experience of being 20-somethings in the...

Gene Editing: Why a Product-Based Approach Makes Sense

Last week, Health Canada announced a 60-day a 60-day public consultation in regard to Canada’s Novel Food Regulations, which could determine how Canadian plant...

Van Ripley can see the Future of Canola Breeding

Our 2021 Plant Breeding & Genetics Award Winner explains what he sees coming down the pipe for Canada's big crop.

The Ontario Greenhouse Sector Just got a Shot in the Arm

Ontario's greenhouse sector is getting some help to increase capacity and productivity. More than $330,000 has been invested in in the Vineland Research and Innovation...

A Day in the Life of a Plant Breeder

Caio Canella, soybean breeding research specialist at the University of Missouri-Columbia, talks about the upcoming “Support-A-Scholar Fundraiser: A Day in the Life of a...