Plants as photomodels for automatic phenotyping: NPEC in Bionieuws


The Dutch newsmagazine for biologists, Bionieuws, interviewed Mark Aarts (professor in genetics and chair of the executive board of NPEC) and Roeland Berendsen (biologist/team lead of the Institute of Environmental Biology and member of the NPEC building team). They talked about all the different modules of NPEC and how these modules make it possible to do plant science 2.0!

Curious? You can read the article here: Volautomatisch planten fenotyperen – or download the PDF here (Disclaimer: the article is written in Dutch)

Photo by Guy Ackermans

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