CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series 2020 - Thematic student session: Rice systems
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Dr. Bjoern Ole Sander, Senior Scientist and Climate Change Specialist, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
Tegegnework Gebremedhin, Ethiopia
Sruthi P, India
Sani Idris, Nigeria
Primitiva Mboyerwa, Tanzania
Ong Quoc Cuong, Vietnam
Durba Kashyap, India
Glory Edwards, Nigeria
The 2020 CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series was developed to facilitate technical capability building, knowledge transfer and international collaboration for the CLIFF-GRADS Alumni. Particularly for the Round 3 CLIFF-GRADS whose research stays have been delayed due to the global Covid-19 Pandemic.
In addition to a series of special sessions with guest speakers, these webinars provide a platform for the Round 3 students to present their PhD research and research questions to their CLIFF-GRADS peers. Through establishing research connections, the CLIFF- GRADS Alumni network can connect internationally and across research institutes.
Specifically, during a series of thematic sessions, the Round 3 students will have the opportunity to clarify their PhD research questions and/or research direction with their peers. The thematic sessions have been disaggregated into the following agricultural systems: i) integrated, ii) pastoral and agronomy, iii) ruminant, iv) rice and v) soil.
Sander BO, Gebremedhin T, P S, Idris S, Mboyerwa P, Cuong OQ, Kashyap D, Edwards G. 2020. CLIFF-GRADS Science Collaboration Series 2020 - Thematic student session: Rice systems, 7 October 2020. Wageningen, The Netherlands: Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) & CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS)