Tailored opportunities: Call for next generation leaders in crop protection to the 14th IUPAC International Congress of Crop Protection in Ghent, Belgium May 19-24, 2019


A congress with theme of “Crop Protection: Education of the Future Generation” is hosted by Ghent University. The host University wants to discuss about the future of agriculture by inviting the next generation of crop protection leaders to Belgium. It is four-day AgriSummit in Ghent, Belgium (19-23 May 2019) and link with the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) international congress.

Who can apply?

Anyone who is in the age range from 18-40

What is required?

A student or recent graduate from agricultural educational institutions

With knowledge how to protect food security and the environment

With innovative idea about sustainable crop protection

The application should be completed in 1-2 pages, it should consists of illustrations, videos and photos that represent the innovative idea

How to apply?

The application should be sent to iupacnextgenerationprogram@gmail.com

Deadline: February 14, 2019

For detailed information please refer to this link or more details on the application could be found in How to apply page

How to apply: https://nextgen.iupac2019.be/how-to-apply-2/

Source of this application: Posted by Rolf Schinkel in AgriProFocus Netherlands

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I am an Agricultural Economist and now I am PhD candidate in Norwegian University of Life Sciences in Forest and Resource Economics.

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