Celebrating advances in agrigenomics with “SuperSHEroes”: women scientists using technology to seed global change



In the COVID-19 era, maintaining food security and agriculture supply chain resilience have never been more critical, as are the technology choices to address these challenges. In this webinar, the spotlight is on three “SuperSheroes,” women scientists who are seeding global change in agriculture by championing modern genomics that promote sustainability, efficiency, and optimal breeding workflows.

Join us as we travel to Malaysia to study sustainable oil palm production facilitated by a novel genetic prediction technology, Sub-Saharan Africa to discover fortified potato varieties supporting malnourished communities, and Madagascar to identify superior parental lines in amaranth.



Dr. Sukganah Apparow

Manager, Molecular Breeding Laboratory, Sime Darby Plantation Technology Centre

Inge Gazendam_branded
Dr. Inge Gazendam

Researcher, Plant Breeding Agricultural Research Council Vegetable and Ornamental plants                                         

Dr. Ravelomanantsoa Santatra_branded

Dr. Santatra Ravelomanantsoa

Crop improvement and Plant Health Scientist, National Center of Applied Research for Rural Development, FOFIFA


Joy Kang_branded

Dr. Joy Kang

APAC Regional Marketing Manager,

LGC, Biosearch Technologies

Watch now

Fill out this simple form and
get immediate access: