Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge Transfer

In addition to the description of research projects, there are yet more examples of knowledge transfer at Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences:

'Infodienst Weihenstephan' Newsletter

The 'Infodienst Weihenstephan' Newsletter presents the latest research findings and specialist information from the Institutes for Horticulture, Landscape Architecture and Food technology. It is published monthly as a free newsletter by Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences.

Go to the 'Infodienst Weihenstephan' Newsletter (in German) ...

Digital information systems and software developments

A sizeable collection of horticulture software and an overview of typical industry software has been built up over time at the Institute of Horticulture and the Department of Horticulture and Food Technology.

This can be found here (in German) ...

"Phytomedicine" glossary

More than 360 technical terms from the field of pest management are each explained in 140 characters:

Booklet on pest management terms (in German)

Information and events for recreational horticulture

The transfer of knowledge from applied research also provides valuable insights for recreational horticulture. Our aim is to bundle and make all of this expertise available on these pages, complete with a range of information from other institutes with which the Centre for Research and Continuing education works closely.

Go to the recreational horticulture pages (in German) ...

Virtual photo exhibition "The Beauty of Plants"

It's well worth taking a look at the virtual photo exhibition entitled "The Beauty of Plants" where the widest possible range of photographers, both from within and outside of HSWT, present their pieces of work.

Take a look at the exhibition (in German) ...


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