Novel techniques in crop breeding and livestock
Modern breeding methods as well as novel techniques such as phenotyping, genotyping and Crispr-Cas9 can speed up the breeding of crops and livestock. However, these techniques do raise questions which are related to the use of big data, the definition of genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) ownership and intellectual property rights.
FACCE-JPI already organised a number of relevant exploratory workshops.
The events brought together researchers, stakeholders, policy makers and representatives of related initiatives and experts representing different involved sectors and actors. The workshops sessions included key speakers’ introductory lectures to address the research, stakeholders, end-users and policy perspective and breakout sessions focused on gap/limitations and opportunities/strengths. Furthermore there were group discussions on relevant key subtopics. The conclusion and plenary discussion were addressed to identify specific recommendations for FACCE-JPI future contributions and actions in this field.
November 2019 FACCE-JPI & ERA-NET Cofund SusAn Joint Exploratory Workshop on Phenotyping/Genotyping and Novel Breeding Techniques for adaptation and mitigation to Climate Change in the livestock sector
Brussels, 21 November 2019 Report
June 2019 FACCE-JPI & ERA-NET Cofund SusCrop Joint Exploratory Workshop on Application of Novel Breeding Techniques in Crops in the context of Food Security and Climate Change INIA, Madrid 27-28 June 2019 Report
October 2016 Exploratory Workshop on Application of Novel Breeding Techniques in Crops in the context of Food Security and Climate Change Report