Title of the report: Molecular basis for improvement of rice resource utilization efficiency
Reporting time: 14:00, May 12, 2019
Location: Lecture Hall, 2nd Floor, School of Plant Sciences
Speaker: Researcher Chu Chengcai
Brief introduction of the speaker:
Chu Chengcai is a researcher at the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, a professor at the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a doctoral supervisor. In 1999, he was selected into the "Hundred Talents Program" of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; in 2004, he was selected as one of the first batch of national candidates for the New Century Hundred and Thousand Talents Project; in 2006, he was approved by the State Council to enjoy special government allowances; in 2008, he was awarded the National Outstanding Youth Fund; in 2016, he was selected as the Chinese Academy of Sciences. "Specially-appointed core backbone" researcher, the seventh national outstanding scientific and technological worker, his research team was selected as the key field innovation team of the National Innovation Talent Promotion Plan of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and won the "6th China Overseas Chinese Contribution Award"; selected in 2017 Leading talent in the "Ten Thousand Talents Program" of the Organization Department and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security. Deputy Director of Zhejiang Jiaxing Agricultural High-tech Breeding Center, Institute of Genetic Development, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Associate editor of "Genetics" magazine, "Chinese Dictionary of Science and Technology", "Rice", "Acta Botany", "Journal of Plant Physiology", "Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology", etc. After returning to China, he published more than 120 papers in Nature Genetics, Nature Biotechnology, Nature Plants, Nature Communications, Trends in Plant Science, Genome Research, PNAS, Plant Cell, Molecular Plant, Plant Journal, Plant Physiology and other journals (he cited 8,158 times, h index 50) (data from google scholar), applied for more than 50 patents, including 8 international patents, and cooperated with breeding units to cultivate 5 new rice varieties.
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