KeyGene is the go-to AgBiotech
company for higher crop yield & quality

With our intellectual capital, solution driven approach and collaborative spirit, we work for the future of global agriculture with partners in the AgriFood sector.



our innovations

An alternative approach for disease resistance

From DNA fingerprint technology to latest DNA sequencing innovations

Apomixis Breeding: A Disruptive Innovation

what we do

We offer our six crop innovation platforms in a tailored way, plugging in the platforms that matter. This way we aim to optimally support partners to further innovate in plant breeding and research. We do so for any crop or trait of interest and for any stage of breeding innovation that is included in the research and breeding of our partners.

Genome Insights
Cutting edge technologies for a strong genomic and genetic understanding of your crop of interest
The Digital Phenotype
Objective and robust phenotyping gives advantage in the growing genomic insights
Cell & Tissue Design
Methods and technologies to optimize the regeneration abilities of plant cells and tissues
Trait Discovery
Gene and marker identification and validation for the expression of traits and phenotypes
Genomic Breeding
For increased effectiveness and efficiency of parent selection, breeding scheme and selection process
Precision Breeding
Non GM technologies to deliver (pre) breeding material or even true to type varieties with one superior trait
join keygene
Wageningen (The Netherlands)
Business Development Associate

As Business Development Associate you will prepare for discussions and negotiations with clients and collaborators about new opportunities and propositions.

Wageningen (The Netherlands)
Business Developer

As Business Developer you will initiate contacts and lead discussions and negotiations with prospects, clients and collaborators about new opportunities and propositions

Wageningen (The Netherlands)
Several internships in Crop Molecular Breeding

Talented students in some of the current areas of research in Crop Molecular Breeding

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