Review on stress responses in plants, published in Metabolites
The importance of the relationship and trade between plants and fungi
An impression from the on-going work.
Articles featuring, among others, MiCRop PIs Corné Pieterse and Toby Kiers in Bionieuws
Invitation to submit to Metabolites Special Issue “Integration of Metabolomics with Other Omics Technologies to Investigate Metabolism and Signaling in Plants”
Toby Kiers awarded Vici grant for research on fungal networks
Review article published as result of collaborative effort between MiCRop and colleague researchers from China Agricultural University.
In this series, we interview the researchers that are driving MiCRop. Meet Rumyana Karlova, assistant professor at Wageningen University!
Find and read the latest publications in scientific journals and their abstracts by consortium members.
Interview with Marcel Dicke on groundworkgallery.com
PhD positions in the field of soil microbial toxicity of pesticides
We wish you wonderful days
The University of Amsterdam is looking for a new assistant professor Microbial Metagenomics and Systems Biology
This vacancy is one of two tenure-track positions that the Department of Ecological Sciences (VU Amsterdam) is currently offering.
In this series, we interview the researchers that are driving MiCRop. Meet Giannis Stringlis, postdoctoral researcher Utrecht University!
The internal kick-off meeting took place online on Friday, 20 November 2020.
Call for applications by KNAW
Experiments in Ecuador are in full process
Tonight is all about plant science on TV: science programme Zembla features among others Harro Bouwmeester representing MiCRop, and in 'Grote Vragen', you can follow Christa Testerink and her research. Watch it live on NPO 2 or afterwards online.
In this series, we interview the researchers that are driving MiCRop. Meet Karen Kloth, postdoc at Wageningen University!
The Amsterdam Microbiome Initiative in the spotlight at BioNieuws. This initiative is looking for the common role(s) of microorganisms in microbial communities, independant of their location.
Would you like to contribute to the data analysis component in close collaboration with the biologists on MiCRop?
Your opportunity to work on the MiCRop project on bioinformatic analysis of metabolic interactions in the rhizosphere.
Three new PhD students and a postdoc started their work at the Wageningen research team
PhD student Dario Ramirez and MICROP collaborator Dr. Antonio Leon from the University of Quito are sampling soil from agricultural potato fields and native soils in the Andes mountains
This year, five of the six NWO Gravitation projects for large-scale (20 M€) collaborative research projects awarded involved Amsterdam scientists
De overheid investeert 40 miljoen euro in twee innovatieve biologische onderzoeksprogramma’s naar wortelmicrobiomen van planten en hersenaandoeningen.
Zes groepen topwetenschappers van verschillende Nederlandse universiteiten krijgen in total 113,8 miljoen euro voor hun onderzoeksprogramma.
A consortium headed by the University of Amsterdam will receive a grant of over €20 million to study the relationship between plants and the microorganisms that live on their roots. In due course, this project is expected to make a significant contributio
Zes Nederlandse topwetenschappers hebben vandaag een premie gekregen van elk circa 20 miljoen euro om in tien jaar te besteden aan onderzoek. Drie winnende wetenschappers, die in Amsterdam werken, vertellen wat ze met dat geld gaan doen.
A Gravitation grant of over 20 million euro from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) has been awarded to an ambitious consortium of Dutch life scientists seeking to study the interaction between plants and their root microbiomes using the
Within the Zwaartekracht programme, Wageningen researchers prof. Marcel Dicke (Entomology) and prof. Christa Testerink (Plant Physiology) are partners in the huge scientific programme MiCRop.
Six consortia of top researchers are being awarded a total of 113.8 million euros to conduct groundbreaking scientific research programmes in the coming years, the Dutch Research Council (NWO) has announced.