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September 18, 2020


OzBarley – from genome to phenome and back


September 16, 2020


Texas A&M AgriLife research expected to improve predictions on plant growth - $3 million grant assists in phenotyping research


September 3, 2020


Husker-led project to advance, standardize field of phenotyping


July 8, 2020


Hackaton on Plant Phenotyping with Minicomputers and Low-Cost Cameras postponed until July 5-9, 2021


July 3, 2020


Added value in seed germination testing - Rice germination dynamics of five cultivars – LemnaTec SeedAIxpert case study


LemnaTec and Analytik Ltd to co-exhibit at the CropTec Show


June 30, 2020


SeedGerm: seeding success with machine learning and computer vision


Artificial Intelligence works out the problem of seed germination tests - SeedGerm: a cost‐effective phenotyping platform for automated seed imaging and machine‐learning based phenotypic analysis of crop seed germination


June 29, 2020


Australian Plant Phenomics Facility welcomes FieldExplorer, a new ground-based field phenotyping platform, for improved crop data collection in the field


June 15, 2020


SeedGerm: a cost‐effective phenotyping platform for automated seed imaging and machine‐learning based phenotypic analysis of crop seed germination (New Phytologist)


June 5, 2020


Australian Plant Phenomics Facility starts work on national platform for drone data management


May 20, 2020


Digital image processing and analysis for plant phenotyping (Horti Daily)


LemnaTec announces new distribution partnership with Portable Analytical Solutions Pty. Ltd.


May 19, 2020


This University of Illinois professor wanted to make farming more sustainable so he started a company, EarthSense, to build a fleet of smart robots (The Rising)


May 6, 2020


World Vegetable Center - A closer look at a special collection of Capsicum could reveal important crop characteristics not visible to the human eye - New instruments make it possible


International Plant Phenotyping Network (IPPN) launches webinar series on plant phenotyping


April 30, 2020


Neuer Film: phenoTest - Bestimmung der Saatgutqualität durch hochmoderne Datenanalysen


April 27, 2020


Training instance segmentation neural network with synthetic datasets for seed phenotyping - Development of an efficient method to accelerate the development of machine learning models for plant phenotyping
Neuronales Netz mit synthetischen Datensätzen für die Saatgut-Phänotypisierung zur Segmentierung von Trainingsinstanzen


April 17, 2020


Wageningen University & Research organises 7th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium
Wageningen University & Research organiseert het 7e Internationale Plant Fenotypering Symposium


April 9, 2020


Purdue University plant phenotyping facility named for Ag Alumni Seed


March 25, 2020


Better plant screening could lead to faster innovation (AgWeb)


New publications: Breeders can benefit much more from phenotyping tools - Researchers discuss how phenotyping can assist breeding and make the case for investing in new methodologies.


March 2, 2020


Plant Phenomics announces a special issue on statistics, bioinformatics, and machine learning methods in phenomics


February 26, 2020


Exciting new technology for CT scanning of wheat grains for stress tolerance to arrive at the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility in late 2020


Pilot project invitation to Australian plant scientists – FieldExplorer field phenotyping platform


February 11, 2020


Computomics to takie part in Hackaton plant phenotyping with minicomputers and low-cost cameras on July 6 - 8 2020 in Angers, France


December 2, 2019


Multi-sensor drone technology for plant phenotyping receives $4.5 million from energy agency


November 8, 2019


Ein Feld mit Zukunft: Künstliche Intelligenz für besseres Saatgut - Beim Züchten von Saatgut gewinnt künstliche Intelligenz an Bedeutung. Mit einem neuen Roboter klärt KWS derzeit in den USA, wie sich Pflanzenmerkmale automatisiert und präzise erfassen lassen, um daraus Rückschlüsse für mehr Ertrag und bessere Resistenzen in der Landwirtschaft zu ziehen


October 25, 2019


Plant Breeding for the future using the Applied Biosystems Axiom and Eureka genotyping platforms


October 18, 2019


Cameras can see beyond a plant’s surface for trait ID


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