The Plant Sciences Institute (IBG-2) focuses its research on plant phenotyping by using and developing a suite of non-invasive technologies. The IBG-2 participates in national and international platforms and boards, with the aim to transfer know-how and to carry out basic and applied research.
Teaching and training form an integral part of the IBG-2. Bachelor and PhD students are involved in many ongoing projects strengthening cooperations with universities. For more information see