Ariel Chan, a graduate student at Cornell University, discusses how advances in plant breeding and genetics are essential to secure the world's food supply in the face of growing human population and climate change. This video was created for the National Science Foundation's Create the Future Video Contest. Permission to use this video provided by NSF and Ariel Chan.
A webinar delivered on June 3, 2014 by Dr. Kevin Murphy, Washington State University as part of the National Association of Plant Breeders webinar series "How to Breed New Plant Varieties: Imagining and Engineering Crops."
A series of presentations recorded live at the 2012 Potato Association of America conference in Denver, Colorado. This workshop was organized by the USDA funded SolCAP project. Learn more about SolCAP at http://solcap.msu.edu.