Calling all public plant science programs: Let us highlight the impact of your work!

Seed World Canada is on the hunt for cutting-edge plant breeding programs that are making a significant impact in the Canadian seed sector. The Public Sector Plant Science Showcase will highlight innovative thinking, technological advancements, and creative efforts that are pushing the industry forward.

If your research program is one of the best in Canada, we want to hear from you! Tell us how you are contributing to advancing the seed sector in 200 words. We recognize and appreciate all qualifying submissions, but only the Top 3 winners will be selected based on their novelty of research, impact on sustainability, and scientific innovation criteria.

The novelty of research criterion evaluates work that introduces new concepts or technologies to the market, setting it apart from competitors. Impact on sustainability looks at how research positively affects the environment and supports sustainable farming practices while reducing agriculture’s carbon footprint. Scientific innovation reviews cutting-edge research and development of a program’s significant impact on the agriculture industry.

Seed World Canada’s editorial board will choose the Top 3 winners, giving you an opportunity to showcase your leading advancements in the Canadian seed sector. So don’t miss this chance to shine a spotlight on your program – submit now!

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