Resilient Rice
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Cornell University, USA is both a private endowed university and the federal land-grant institution of New York State. Among its 14 colleges and schools, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences provides in-depth knowledge and expertise to this project in the areas of genomics, plant breeding, biological statistics, international agriculture and rural development. It has tremendous depth of experience and an outstanding track record in managing projects in the developing world. Cornell’s contribution to this project is led by Professor Susan McCouch, who is well known for her pioneering studies on molecular mapping in rice and the development of genomics-based platforms and next generation approaches to explore the extent and distribution of natural variation in rice germplasm.

Co-Investigator: Professor Susan McCouch

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Judith Mitchell
Project Coordinator
Tel: +44 (0) 1904 328752

CNAP, Department of Biology
University of York, YORK
YO10 5DD, UK