Two years of the Food Pilot - a numerical snapshot
The Food Pilot has turned two years old! In 2009 Flanders’ FOOD and ILVO joined forces and the Food Pilot was born. With IWT support (the fund for innovation and technology in Flanders), many new machines were added. In 2011 the Food Pilot was officially opened and the first companies came to ...
AgroSavfe receives a € 1.9 million grant from IWT to support research and development of AgrobodiesTM for controlling fungal diseases of potato and tomato
GHENT, May 30, 2013 – AgroSavfe announces that it will receive a € 1.9 million grant (ca. USD 2.4 million) from IWT, the Agency for Innovation by Science and Technology in Flanders. The grant will support R&D activities on Agrobody-based crop protection products to control fungal diseases on pot...
First Joint Call for Proposals of the ERA-Net SUSFOOD
The first Joint Call for Proposals of the ERA-Net SUSFOOD has opened on February, 15th, 2013. The deadline for the submission of pre-proposals will be May, 3rd, 2013 - 3 p.m. CET.
Award for best student paper on the SPPRA conference
Sofija Vulgarakis Minov's paper "Measurements on signal droplet characteristics using high speed imaging techniques" is awarded as the best student paper at the Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition and Applications (SPPRA) conference being held in Innsbruck, Feb 12-14, 2013
The determination of the biological value of the wandelaar area based on sediment profile imaging (SPI) and grab sampling
ILVO report number 126
Field tests confirm the potential of genetically modified potatoes for sustainable potato cultivation
Wetteren, 8 januari 2013. After a two-year scientific field trial with genetically modified potatoes, researchers have concluded that potatoes with multiple resistance to potato diseases can make our potato growing much more sustainable. Both in 2011 and 2012, genetically modified potatoes showed gr...
Biological and chemical effects of the disposal of dredged material in the Belgian Part of the North Sea (licensing period 2010-2011)
ILVO report number 109