• <a href="/posters">Wheat is Science</a>
  • 2017 WIT Award Winners (l. - r.) Margaret Krause, Ritika Chowdhary, Sarrah Ben M’Barek-Ben Romdhane, Tine Thach, Weizhen Liu, and Silvia Germán (Mentor Award)
  • Now available online
  • The next phase of the BGRI

The Borlaug Global Rust Initiative:

  • reduces the world’s vulnerability to stem, yellow, and leaf rusts of wheat;
  • facilitates the evolution of sustainable international partnerships to contain the threat of wheat rusts, and
  • enhances world productivity to withstand future threats to wheat.

BGRI Blog

  • Catching up with WIT Early Career Award winner, Kaori Ando
    Tessa Schneider · 24 May 2017

    Continuing our series of updates of past Women in Triticum awards, Kaori Ando is a 2013 receipient of the Women in Triticum Early Career Award.

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  • 13th International Wheat Genetics Symposium: A look at cutting-edge wheat research
    John Bakum · 15 May 2017

    The 13h International Wheat Genetics Symposium brought together over 500 researchers from around the world to Tulln Austria to highlight the latest developments in wheat genetics. Spread out over...+ More