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Lee Hickey
Crop geneticist , ARC DECRA Fellow, 2019 ICM AgriFood Awardee, Speaker Alumni, Editor
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Rajeev Varshney 8h
Great work and thanks for mentioning collaboration with in your interview with !
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John Innes Centre Jun 23
BLOG - Improvements to crops are essential to feed a burgeoning world population. Here's and on speeding up breeding and other ways of feeding 10 billion people to meet the 2050 challenge
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Lee Hickey 8h
Talking all things plant science over dinner in Novosibirsk with and
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Lee Hickey 11h
Replying to @Crooked50
Nah we didn’t see the foxes... 🦊
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Jason Williams 24h
“Journal articles which have previously been posted as a preprint on bioRxiv receive more citations and more online attention than articles published in the same journals which were not deposited, even when controlling for multiple explanatory variables”
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Lee Hickey 18h
Visiting an animal genetic research facility in Novosibirsk, where a lot of cancer and nutrition studies are conducted
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Lee Hickey Jun 17
Our new article in “Breeding crops to feed 10 billion” highlights the opportunity to combine the latest breeding technologies to fast-track development of more productive food crops
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Hossein Jamali 22h
Now, our review paper 'Insights into deployment of DNA markers in plant variety protection and registration' with & is in PRINT version, read here:
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Lee Hickey Jun 17
New article in highlights how breeding technologies like genome editing and genomic selection could be galvanized using to help plant breeders keep pace with a changing environment and increasing population
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Lee Hickey Jun 23
It’s amazing where science can take you - I’m in Novosibirsk (Siberia) and never imagined that I would ever visit this part of the world! 🧬 🌍
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Lee Hickey Jun 21
Speed breeding empowers plant scientists to grow up to 6 generations per year Our new review in highlights opportunities to combine this powerful tool with other technologies to accelerate the development of more productive crops
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Alliance for Science Jun 18
holds key to breeding that can feed the world’s expanding without bringing more land into production.
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Beat Späth Jun 19
End of GMO panic in America. Certainly also true in Europe. But when will politicians notice?
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Lee Hickey Jun 21
Next up at the “Breads of the Future” conference ⁩ presents his experiences in translational genomics for crop improvement at ⁦
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Rajeev Varshney Jun 21
Replying to @NatureBiotech
Provided an overview of SpeedBreeding v 2.0 published recently in .
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Lee Hickey Jun 21
Replying to @rajvarshney @HickeyLab
thanks Rajeev!
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Rajeev Varshney Jun 21
presenting Speed Breeding while dedicating his talk to & his colleagues for protecting crop diversity. As usual , an impressive and great talk by Lee.
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Lee Hickey Jun 21
Speed breeding empowers plant scientists to grow up to 6 generations per year Our new review in highlights opportunities to combine this powerful tool with other technologies to accelerate the development of more productive crops
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Wheat Initiative Jun 21
Speeding breeding and other ways of feeding 10 billion people.
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Lee Hickey Jun 21
Getting ready to talk at the “Breads of the Future” conference in Peterhof, Russia My talk is dedicated to one of my science heroes, the great Nikolai Vavilov, and his colleagues who sacrificed their lives to preserve crop diversity for our future generations
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