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Hochschule Geisenheim University hosts first OENOBIO Summer School

OENOBIO, an ERAMUS+ funded project, brings together students and experts from five European higher education institutions. The first summer school focuses on „Organic Viticulture and Enology“.

Organic wine markets and valid regulations of organic grapevine production as well as the objectives and principles for organic grapevine production and organic winemaking are in the scope of the first OENOBIO Summer School which takes place at Hochschule Geisenheim University July 15 to 27, 2019. The two-week intensive course is part of the OENOBIO project which is ERAMUS+ funded, and connects five universities and associations. Partners are the University of Bordeaux, the University Rovira y Virgili of Tarragona, the University of Torino, the University of Agronomical Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Hochschule Geisenheim University, the Syndicat des Vignerons Bios Nouvelle Aquitaine and ECOVIN. Within the three-year project three summer schools will be held.

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Our research covers both applied and fundamental aspects. We focus on topics in plant sciences of special crops (grapevines, fruits, vegetables, ornamentals) and their multifaceted production and processing areas. This includes research on aspects of nature conservation, beverage sciences, food safety and food analytics, logistics of fresh products as well as economics associated with these areas. Further focal points of our research are related to planning and development of cultivated landscapes as well as urban regions. For a more detailed overview of our research projects please visit our research platform.

 

Geisenheim University has unique opportunities to conduct scientifically recognized and applied research along the complete value chain of special crops. In doing so, we benefit both from a strong network of national and international partners and our own excellent research infrastructure in Geisenheim. Vice-President of Research Prof. Dr. Annette Reineke