Today, we face a wide range of challenges, from the growing world population to climate changes threatening our agriculture industry. With the advances in genomic sequencing, researchers can now identify desirable traits via genetic engineering to meet these growing challenges. From building quality assembly in de novo species, cultivars breeding, and selection, to meeting food sustainability modeling. We can now deliver impactful results to the global community and build a sustainable ecosystem for the generation to come.
In this roundtable discussion, Professor Robert Park at the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney, and Dr. Jarkko Tapani Salojarvi at the School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University together with experts at Novogene will be discussing the future, trends, advancements, and the impact of genomics applications on agriculture research.
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