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European Section This forum is for members of the Banana Society from anywhere in all of the European Union to discuss things about banana plants, to discuss issues of getting banana plants in and into Europe, to discuss the things that bother the region, etc.. The forum exists to allow every new European member to get in touch with his/her European colleagues, exchange plants, give advice, and more efficiently organize the European banana community.


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Old 07-23-2010, 06:01 AM   #181 (permalink)
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I deal. In Spain a university can give very diverse specialities. In mine approximately 50 qualifications exists. It is divided in Experimental Sciences, Sciences of the health, Area of economy and social sciences... etc.

I have been employed at the area of experimental sciences. Concretely in the Department of biomathematics and the Faculty of Biological Sciences.

My original formation was mathematical and a doctor in Biological Sciences. My specialities, experimental design and biological models in artificial intelligence (Neural networks, genetic algorithms....).

Precisely what I would've gotten into, if I didn't start with technical sciences. Wow, pretty cool and impressive field.
Such combination is however impossible here.

So how did the fortune lead you to bananas?
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Old 07-23-2010, 06:29 PM   #182 (permalink)
 
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It's the same here, old and big universites have many specialities.
Univesity where I studied has for ex. 8 faculties.
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Old 07-23-2010, 06:47 PM   #183 (permalink)
 
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Jalon, at the university I attended for psychology (Columbia University in the City of New York), I remember a cognitive psychology class dealing with maps and templates and algorithms of cognition. The hardest psych class I took! My area was the effects of drugs taken during pregnancy on the offspring, with a focus on methadone and behavioral teratology. Welcome!
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Old 07-24-2010, 03:38 AM   #184 (permalink)
 
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Saltydad, interesting field. Those of us who are older remember well all the problems of the methadone.

Sewerin, here, the majority is too big. In Madrid there are eight public ones and enough private mas. The Complutense one is the major one and more ancient.

Jack Daw, it is a long story. I like the tropical world a lot and I have travelled a little there. The plants with a tropical aspect, which can be cultivated in not tropical sites are bananas and palms. For years I have been interested in both.
In addition, I want to be the first one in obtaining eatable banana trees in Cantabria (North of Spain, humid, cloudy and green).


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Hello.

I am living in Romania!
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Hello There! I┤m from the middle of Sweden, (Orebro).
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Old 06-19-2017, 07:43 AM   #187 (permalink)
 
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registered some time ago already and havent introduced myself here; trying to bring some new life to the European section

I'm from the south-eastern part of Austria, 30minutes from the Slovenian border. I'm currently growing several musas, including Musa Basjoo, Musa Double Mahoi, Musa Ice Cream, Musa yunnanesis and Musa Helen's Hybrid.

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Welcome kernoel!
I live in sweden and I'm growing the following: ensete ventricosum mauerellii, dwarf red, SDC, siam ruby, dajiao, basjoo and rajaouri. When you have some pups contact me and we can trade some!
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hello people.im from Greece, thats a great idea from our Croatian friend.would def support this
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