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(Re)discover ISA and GCIRC

09 Sep 2021

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GCIRC (Global Council for Innovation in Rapeseed and Canola) "Building a world community for innovation on rapeseed/canola", is an international association of people interested in technical advance made in the production and processing of this product.

In the Constitution, its aim is defined in two points :

  • to develop scientific and technical research as well as studies and experiments concerning the improvement of rapeseed and its processed products from the agronomic, technological and food points of view

  • to ensure close links between researchers.

To fulfil its aims, GCIRC :

  • contributes to the coordination of technical studies carried out in the different countries ;

  • assumes responsibility for establishing the dates and locations of International Rapeseed Congresses dealing with rapeseed research every four years ;

  • and convenes the scientists from different fields and countries in a plenary session or specialized study committees held periodically between two congresses.​​​​​

Read the GCIRC newsletter

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ISA is an international association made up of individual people or legal bodies interested in promoting research and developing sunflower production. The aim of the Association is to improve international cooperation on the agronomic, breeding, technical and nutritional levels, and to ensure close links between research and workers.

To fulfil its aims, ISA :

  • assumes responsibility for choosing the dates and locations of the International Sunflower Conferences every four years and plays an active part in their organizations ;

  • contributes to the coordination of Sunflower Symposia between two conferences; different aspects will be studied in the framework of these workshops : biology, varietal improvement, chemical control, diseases, etc...

  • takes part in designing leading sunflower specialist(-s) to receive the Pustovoit Award​​​​​​​ is in charge of publications related to Sunflower (Symposia collection, etc…)

Read the ISA newsletter

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