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NEWSLETTER 6, January 2020

2019 has been a very rich year for the GCIRC, with key steps in its life, with a very successful world congress and important evolutions in its statutes. The end of the year was also very rich for rapeseed science, with a large amount of publications, as you will notice in this newsletter. 2020 will be a transition period until the General Assembly in 2021, meaning that continuous work is needed to develop, communication and organize interactions through the GCIRC scientific Committees and in thematic working groups.

NEWSLETTER 5, October 2019

New name, new logo! This 5th issue of the GCIRC Newsletter will inform you on the post-congress news and events. A major one being our new logo, chosen by the GCIRC board to realize the decision of the General Assembly to change of name and moto, as explained in the previous issue of this newsletter.

NEWSLETTER 4, June 2019

Please find below the 4th issue of the GCIRC Newsletter that was sent to the 15th IRC participants in Berlin. This 4th issue will inform you about important decisions taken by the GCIRC General Assembly regarding the governance of the association and its wish to open it widely to new members, in order to increase its impact. Membership offers several benefits to people intersetd in rapeseed/canola research and innovation. Membership fees have been lowered to 75€ per year in order to facilitate applications.

NEWSLETTER 3, April 2019

The executive board of the GCIRC offers you this third issue of the GCIRC Newsletter. We hope you will enjoy reading news from producing countries and research teams of the world. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have suggestions to improve it, or if you wish to share information.

NEWSLETTER 2, January 2019

The GCIRC wishes you a happy new year and full success in your life and activities.

NEWSLETTER 1, October 2018

The executive board of the GCIRC jointly with the GCIRC committees chairs decided to publish a regular newsletter to share information and develop exchanges within the rapeseed / Canola community : here is the first issue.