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  • Study: Multiscale crop modeling effort required to assess climate change adaptation

    Researchers Bin Peng, left, and Kaiyu Guan led a large, multi-institutional study that calls for a better representation of plant genetics data in the models used to understand crop adaptation and food security during climate change.

    Researchers Bin Peng, left, and Kaiyu Guan led a large, multi-institutional study that calls for a better representation of plant genetics data in the models used to understand crop adaptation and food security during climate change.

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  • Editor’s notes:

    To reach Bin Peng, call 217-974-5389; email binpeng@illinois.edu.

    To reach Kaiyu Guan, call 217-300-2690; kaiyug@illinois.edu.

    The paper “Towards a multiscale crop modelling framework for climate change adaptation assessment” is available online and from the U. of I. News Bureau. DOI: 10.1038/s41477-020-0625-3