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researcher , agricultural products executive

Michael Schade, German agricultural products executive, researcher. Achievements include patents for methods of enhancing plant's intrinsic genetic productivity; patents pending for methods of enhancing plant tolerance to environmental stress conditions; patents pending for method of improving the growth of a plant, especially yield. Recipient Global Purpose award, Syngenta Crop Protection AG, 2007; Science fellowship, 2010.

Background

Schade, Michael was born on April 5, 1961 in Lüdenscheid, Germany. Son of Burkhard and Helmgard Henny Schade.

Education

Degree in Agricultural Engineering, University Cologne, Bonn, Germany, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, University Bonn, 1991. PDHabil., University Bonn, 1999.

Career

Science advisor Chamber Agriculture, Munster, Germany, 1991—1993. Associate professor Bonn University, Faculty Agriculture, 1993—1999. Research biologist Syngenta Crop Protection, Stein, Switzerland, 1999—2005, global technical manager and syngenta fellow Basel, Switzerland, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for methods of enhancing plant's intrinsic genetic productivity. Patents pending for methods of enhancing plant tolerance to environmental stress conditions. Patents pending for method of improving the growth of a plant, especially yield.

Membership

Fellow: German Society Entomology (vice president since 2008).

Connections

Married Anja Martina Schade-Schütze. Children: Melanie Laila, Mailin Ciena.

father:
Burkhard Schade

mother:
Helmgard Henny Schade

spouse:
Anja Martina Schade-Schütze

children:
Melanie Laila Schade

Mailin Ciena Schade