The International Conference on Legume Genetics and Genomics (ICLGG) series was established in 2002 to bring together researchers working on fundamental and applied aspects of legume genetics and genomics, to help realise the combined potential of these disciplines for the benefit of people and the planet. The ICLGG has become the pre-eminent international conference on legume sciences, bringing together up to 400 researchers and agri-food representatives to discuss advances in the science and application of genetics and genomics of legumes.

Conference supporter

The Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI) is a research institute of The University of Queensland (UQ), supported by the Queensland Government.

QAAFI’s purpose is to solve major challenges in a rapidly changing world by conducting and leading collaborative research, innovation and capacity building through trusted partnerships in agriculture, food, and nutrition.

As one of the few research intensive universities worldwide located in a subtropical environment, UQ is a global leader in agriculture and food science research in subtropical and tropical production systems.