BRESOV welcomes three new advisory board members

The scientific advisory board of the BRESOV project has recently grown by three members. Sandra Goritschnig from the European Cooperative Programme for Plant Genetic Resources (ECPGR) based in Italy, Thor Hunnar Kofoed from the Danish Agriculture and Food Council and Danish Seed Council representing the united voice of farmers and their cooperatives in the European Union, COPA COGECA, and Alice Brunazzi from ISI Sementi, also in Italy.

The BRESOV project is delighted to welcome its three newest members, of whom two joined the BRESOV Annual Progress Meeting online in June/July 2020 and presented on their expertise and interest in the BRESOV project (Sandra Goritschnig and Thor Hunnar Kofoed). The new members join existing members Monika Messmer and Vladimir Meglic, the coordinators of BRESOV's Horizon 2020 sister projects LIVESEED and ECOBREED.

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