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News 2016

Dec 2016   Advancement (15th Dec16)
Severel new sensors are integrated in our extensive choice for the product PhenoScreen.
     
Dec 2016   New bureaus (01st Dec16)
Two more offices in Karlsruhe and in Hanau
     
Nov 2016   Research project with SeedForward (15th Nov16)
Close collaboration with SeedForward opens up new possibilities for us.
     
Oct 2016   Article in "Bioökonomie.de" (24th Oct16)
Reispflanzen beim Wachsen zuschauen (DE) - Watch a cultivated rice, when it grows.
     
Oct 2016   Press information "Biologie 2.0: Kamera beobachtet Pflanzenwachstum" (18th Oct16)
The RiSeGrAn-Project was circumstantiated in a oress information (german).
     
Sep 2016   5. Entrepreneur Lounge (23th Sep16, Stuttgart)
Attendance at the 5. Entrepreneur Lounge .
     
Sep 2016   Health-i Award (14th Sep16, Berlin)
Attendance at Health-i Award.
     
Aug 2016   Patent application
A patent application within the agricultural sector has been filed successfully.
     
Jul 2016   News of RiSeGrAn
The SCC news reported more about the joint project.
     
Jun 2016   RiSeGrAn in operation
Joint venture RiSeGrAn of SCC and da-cons GmbH has successfully started operating at the botanical garden.
     
May 2016   RiSeGrAn - Rice Seedlings Growth Analysis (12th May16, Karlsruhe)
Kick-Off for a new project at the KIT and an associated video
     
Apr 2016   Move (21st Apr16, Karlsruhe & Frankfurt)
da-cons moves in Karlsruhe in the new bureaus G445/R182. In addition, da-cons now uses an office near Frankfurt.
     
Mar 2016   GPZ Conference 2016 (08th - 10th Mar16, Bonn)
da-cons attends the German Plant Breeding Conference
     
Feb 2016   Market exploration (12th Feb16)
Successful negotiations for a new line of business in Switzerland
     
Jan 2016   PAG XXIV. (09th - 13th Jan16, San Diego)
A partner from da-cons presented us and our product CropScore at a stand of the "The Plant and Animal Genome XXIV Conference" (PAG XXIV.) – the world’s biggest agricultural genomics meeting. Many thanks again to Computomics!