Offering Programs to Meet Every Level of Technical Expertise
Based on a three-year plan developed by the ASEV Board of Directors, significant enhancements to the 2006-2008 Annual Meetings are being planned to better serve the professional needs of our diverse membership. This strategy will result in an increasingly changed program matrix for future ASEV annual meetings with varied technical levels from scientific research to fundamental practice.
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We congratulate the following winners of the best student poster awards as selected at the 57th Annual meeting in Sacramento.
Best Student Viticulture Posters: $1,000 each sponsored by Sunridge Nurseries
Jimena Balic, University of California, Davis
Influence of Canopy Management Practices and Growing Region on Flavor of Cabernet Sauvignon
José Ramón Úrbez-Torres, University of California, Davis
Occurrence and Importance of Botryosphaeris spp., a Fungal Pathogen Associated with Grapevine Cankers in California
Best Student Enology Posters: $1,000 each sponsored by Lallemand
Paul Brock II, Cornell University, Geneva, NY
Aroma Profile Characterization of Different Strains of Brettanomyces bruxellensis in Model Wine
Carrie Findleton, University of California, Davis
Identification of Genes Involved in Suppressed Hydrogen Sulfide Production in Saccharomyces cerevisiae