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In the Media

A selection of news coverage of the IWGSC work
2022/06 Around Farm Progress podcast

2022/06 Around Farm Progress podcast

Pushing ahead with gene editing - The Around Farm Progress podcast digs into the latest plant breeding tools
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2021/10 - BASF podcast

2021/10 - The Science Behind your Salad podcast

The latest episode of the BASF podcast " The Science Behind Your Salad " is on wheat and features an interview with Kellye Eversole, along with...
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2019/06 - BYU Radio

2019/06 - BYU Radio Interview

Kellye Eversole was interviewed about the wheat genome project on the show "Constant Wonder" on BYU radio.
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2018/08 - Reference sequence publication media coverage

2018/08 - Media coverage of the publication of the reference sequence of bread wheat

The publication of the reference sequence of bread wheat in the scientific journal Science in August 2018 generated an extensive media coverage...
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2017/08 - Global Engage blog

2017/08 - The Wheat Genome Sequence Odyssey

An article retracing the history of the IWGSC – from 4 people in 2005 to 1,800 members now, 12 years later – published on the Global Engage website.
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2016/06 - The Counter

2016/06 - Harry Potter and the gigantic genome

An article published on the website The Counter about the wheat genome and why its sequencing is so chalenging.
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2015/10 - Seed World

2015/10 - More Money Needed for Sequencing Wheat Genome

The October 2015 issue of Seed World featured an article about the IWGSC, highlighting its achievements and making the case for more funding to be...
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2015/06 - European Seed

2015/06 - Wheat genome sequencing catching up

The IWGSC published an article in the magazine European Seed highlighting its achievement so far and making the case for more funding to be fund soon...
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2014/07 - Draft sequence publication media coverage

2014/07 - Media coverage of the publication of the draft sequence of bread wheat

The publication of the draft sequence of bread wheat in the scientific journal Science in July 2014 generated an extensive media coverage around the...
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