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Newsletter n°4 - September 2016    

InnoVine final symposium: registrations are now open!

Registrations for the final symposium are now open. The symposium will take place on the 16th and 17th of November 2016 in Toulouse, South West of France. The first day more addressed to scientists, will deal with adaptation to climate change and disease impacts. The second day targeted to winegrowers and technical advisers, will be focused on resistant varieties, sensors, Decision Support Systems and viticultural systems.

The two languages of the symposium will be English and French, and simultaneous interpretation will be provided. The Symposium is free to attend including lunch and book of abstracts but registration before the 21st of October is compulsory.

>Download the full program of the event

>Register online for free before the 21st of October


Call for posters

If you feel like sharing with us recent or ongoing research related to climate change, diseases, canopy management, DSS and sensors, a poster session will be organized during the symposium. Abstracts (800 words max) must be sent as Microsoft Word files via email to afadam@versailles.inra.fr before the 30th of September 2016.

European Union
Innovine is a European collaborative project funded by the EU
through the FP7 Knowledge Based Bio-Economy (KBBE) programme
Grant Agreement n° 311775