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Vineland Enables Industries' Efforts to Build Agri-Science Research Cluster
Date:2/25/2009

arch leadership capacity that, along with their respective teams, can provide multi-disciplinary scientific resources, create networks, leverage synergies and respond to real market opportunities for the Canadian horticulture industry," Brandle adds.

Vineland's Research Chairs oversee three broad scientific disciplines: Sensory and Consumer Sciences; Molecular Breeding and Genetics, and Horticulture Production Systems. Each Research Chair will work collaboratively with academia, industry and government to establish research programs that meet the highest international standards of excellence.

The national cluster will leverage Ontario's already considerable $25M dollar investment in Vineland, bringing newly renovated lab facilities, new researchers and equipment, an experienced research administration team and commercialization skills into the mix. Centralizing research administration and decentralizing the science to take advantage of research infrastructure across the country will ensure maximum impact.

About Vineland Research and Innovation Centre

Vineland Research and Innovation Centre is an independent, not-for-profit corporation established to create a world-class centre for horticultural science and innovation. Vineland will have a broad range of lasting benefits for Ontario and Canada. Research priorities are aligned with industry needs and outcomes are focused on the growth of the horticulture industry.


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