- Jülicher Expertise: Pflanzen reagieren auf den Klimawandel teilweise anders als gedacht
- ESA setzt auf Pflanzenforschung
- ESA Fluorescence satellite
- Hannah Schneider received the award for most popular image of a root
- CO2 aus dem Kraftwerk für die Pflanzenforschung
- Vorentscheid im "Falling Walls Lab Jülich"
Plants are the basis for nourishment of a growing world population with changing needs. They are the basis for a future bio-economy of renewable raw materials and resources as well as the starting material for the energetic utilization of biomass. Plants are key elements in approaches to climate change and the preservation of biological diversity.
New technologies such as (non-invasive) pheno-typing with non-invasive methods, modern technologies for plant breeding or modeling and simulation of the interaction genome-environment coupled with bio-informatics open up new approaches to understanding but also for practical implementation of a knowledge-based use of plants for the bio-economy.