Petiole at Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2017

Posted by Published on November 28, 2017

Namaste! We are terrifically delighted to be among participants of 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad, India. This year’s Summit is highlight the theme Women First, Prosperity for All, and focuses on supporting women entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth globally. Petiole is directly involved in STEM and making agriculture entrepreneurship closer to women worldwide. Hence, we are here to plan our next milestones :). But…

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Petiole at REAP 2017

Posted by Published on November 7, 2017

Today we got a priceless opportunity to represent our project at REAP 2017, organized by Agri-Tech East. Our CEO Maryna Kuzmenko successfully completed these mission.

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A one-day workshop to practice the technique of leaf area measurement with Android mobile application Petiole was organized by the Department of Fruit and Viticulture of the Faculty of Fruit and Vegetables, Ecology and Plant Protection at Uman National University of Horticulture. This is truly the scientific center of the modern agricultural education of Ukraine. Established in 1844, this University is one of the oldest universities…

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On 18 October 2017, the Faculty of Chemistry and Biology of the Ternopil National Pedagogical University (TNPU) hosted a one-day interdisciplinary workshop on the theme of “Intellectual Information Technologies in Education and Science”. The workshop was designed to transfer knowledge and provide a new model for high‐quality, open interdisciplinary engagement between professionals in biology, informational technology and education.

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Leaf area (LA) is an important parameter in many plant modeling studies.There is a need for a simple, accurate and non-destructive model to predict LA in physiological experiments in which destructive LA sampling is not allowed (e.g., rare plants or genetically segregating populations). In this study, a model for LA estimation was developed for Plumeria rubra L. using simple linear measurements of leaf length (L)…

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