HeDWIC is eager to collaborate with like-minded researchers and groups. Collaborators are critical to HeDWIC and support the initiative in multiple ways, such as through phenotyping germplasm in their local environments, examining germplasm for complex heat/drought-related traits, and sharing research ideas, plant selection protocols and genetic resources with unique characteristics.
By working together, we find new solutions and do more in less time. The following are some suggested ways to collaborate:
- Join a robust global network of collaborators evaluate HeDWIC’s Stress Adaptive Trait Yield Nursery (SATYN) distributed via the International Wheat Improvement Network (IWIN).
- Become part of capacity building through participation in doctoral trainig programs.
- Develop collaborative research projects to answer critical questions.
- Participate in linked initiatives.