Q&A: Syngenta's Erik Legg on Why Next-Gen Sequencing Is 'Beyond a Trend' in the Ag-bio Industry | GenomeWeb

Erik LEGG_0.jpgName: Erik Legg
Title: Group Leader of Omics Application and Research, Syngenta Biotechnology, since 2006
Experience: Global Head of Molecular Breeding for Vegetables, Syngenta Seeds, Toulouse, France, 2002 – 2006
Molecular Markers and Cell Biology Labs Manager, Novartis, 1998 – 2002
Marker Assisted Breeding Scientist, Amycel, 1993 - 1998

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