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Computomics presents at Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Conference Europe

Computomics at Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress

Computomics is excited to present at the 9th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress on 11-12 April 2022 in The Hague, The Netherlands.

The 2022 conference will examine the latest in genomics and gene editing methods for specific crop plants and horticulture as well as the latest applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in plant science. This conference will also explore developments in genomics and gene editing for plant research in aspects such as crop trait development, disease resistance, epigenetics and plant breeding just to name a few.

On Monday 11 April 2022, Christian Dreischer is presenting on the topic "Machine Learning for Innovative Plant Breeding".

Where to meet us:

When: 11 April 2022 at 12:10 - 12:25 PM
Where: Plenary Room

To meet the growing demand of the world's population for more food, global agricultural production must be increased. Applying machine learning technologies to plant breeding makes it possible to increase genetic gain faster each cycle. Our disruptive machine learning technology helps plant breeders with accurate phenotype predictions that incorporate climate data and farming practices. This enables breeders to make data-driven decisions about high-performing crosses to identify candidates with the greatest yield potential for each environment and for new climates and ensures supply chain continuity.

Christian Dreischer
Scientific Project Manager at Computomics

Don't miss this opportunity to connect with us in person! Christian Dreischer will be onsite the full two days to discuss your plant breeding challenges. Understand how our disruptive machine learning technology can help move your program way beyond current limitations of hybrid performance prediction, available land for testing and complex trait planning.

Schedule your 1:1 appointment with us today.

Details of the conference can be found here.

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