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Newsletter 3 – June 2024

Newsletter 3 – June 2024

Diversity is good for nature and for our well-being. Agriculture is dominated by few crop species, and local specialization further depletes diversity at national and local levels. DIVERSICROP addresses this, enabling future engagement with crops such as rye, chickpeas and peas by understanding their ancient history, existing germplasm and limitations, nutrition importance and policy aspects.

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DIVERSICROP first Training School entitled: “Data mapping and visualisation: from scattered datasets to a StoryMap” took place on May 14-16 in Belgrade...

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A dissemination conference grant supports an oral presentation of the work of the Action by an Action participant at a...

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