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International Grape Genome Program

The primary research focus of this web site is grapevine genomics carried out within the framework of the International Grape Genome Program (IGGP). It is expected that this new genomic knowledge will have a significant impact on our understanding of grapevine biology, viticulture and enology. Plant biologists, viticulturists and enologists are encouraged to contribute their expertise and form collaborations with genetic and molecular scientists within the IGGP. The  Steering Committee of the IGGP consists of international members from the major wine regions of the world. Working groups are formed from time to time to define directions and make recommendations.

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EU Grants for Short term exchanges and attendance to conferences

COST Integrape opens grants for short term scientific missions and for attendance to conferences.
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Integrape 2019 - Data Integration as a Key Step for Future Grapevine Research

2019, March 25-28 Chania, Crete, Greece

The first annual meeting and international conference event organized in the frame of the EU COST Integrape action (CA 17111) will be held at the...

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Building together Grapevine Open Data: call for working groups

The IGGP Steering committee launches a call for propositions of working groups that would help the grapevine research community to move forward in...
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2018, May 28-31st Zaragoza, Spain

The International Conference in Wine Sciences “Macrowine 2018” will be held in Zaragoza. The Conference is specialized in the metabolites and...

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