Daily Archives: April 18, 2010

More News, Notes and Links Shared by Labex Korea

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As Twitter use explodes, it is becoming an increasingly important communication tool for organizations of all kinds. Research institutes, universities and colleges around the world are using Twitter as a broadcasting channel.

As you know from previous posts, Twitter is the simplest of social networks and, still, a rich source of instantly updated information, and Labex Korea is using it as a communication and information sharing tool.

You will find below a selection of interesting news that appeared in this week´s Labex Korea Twitter Page.  If you find a subject of your interest, just click in the hyperlink to open the corresponding page.  You can follow Labex Korea on Twitter, by clicking here.

Enjoy short, timely news and notes shared during 11-18 April, 2010.

Le LABEX : LABoratoire Extérieur de l’Embrapa (Brésil) en Europe http://is.gd/by7OG

See the program for the Workshop on “Role of Lignin on Sorghum Biomass Quality for Energy and AnimalUtilization” – Brazil http://is.gd/by7t2

International Symposium on Oil Plants for Energy – Joao Pessoa, Paraiba, Brazil – June 2010 http://is.gd/by7mN

Sweet Fuel Project – annual meeting to be held at EMBRAPA Maize and Sorghum Centre, Sete Lagoas, Brazil in April 2010 http://is.gd/by79C

Sweet fuel : sweet sorghum, an alternative energy crop http://is.gd/by70P

Workshop “Role of Lignin on Sorghum Biomass Quality for Energy and Animal Utilization” – in Portuguese… http://is.gd/by6TI

The Scientist Gardener: How Teosinte Lost its Shell http://bit.ly/a87fz1

The way companies generate value is changing http://ow.ly/1zQCb

Crop biodiversity going up, not down? Well, maybe http://goo.gl/Lp7R More http://agro.biodiver.se/2010/01/breeders-not-so-bad-after-all/

NanoAgri 2010 to discuss new and emerging applications of nanotechnologies in food and agriculture… http://is.gd/bxUzO

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