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Flower Science interview with Bas Reichert

Flower Science interview with Bas Reichert

Flower Science is an online platform that connects Research, Education, Business and Government. It has the ambition to innovate in the flower bulb industry by sharing knowledge and skills with the community. Knowledge is power, but sharing knowledge is a strength. These strengths are connected in Lisse, the historical center of the flower bulb trade in The Netherlands and the origin of the international famous flower bulb exposition Keukenhof.  

This week Flower Science interviewed Bas Rechert, CEO of the innovative DNA sequencing company BaseClear, and asked him how DNA technology can help the innovation in the flower bulb industry.

Read the full interview with Bas Reichert (in Dutch): http://www.flowerscience.nl/nieuws/1136/in-de-spiegel-bas-reichert

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