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[Arabidopsis] 9th International Congress on Plant Molecular Biology

Nina Kult via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by nkult from commongroundpr.com)
Tue Mar 17 15:52:39 EST 2009

Dear Colleagues:

Please find information below regarding registration and abstract
deadline information for the 9th International Congress on Plant
Molecular Biology. 
More information can be found by visiting www.ipmb2009.org. Please
forward or post as appropriate.

Thank you,
Nina Kult
On behalf of IPMB 2009 (www.ipmb2009.org)

Pending Deadlines for IPMB Congress:
Early Bird Registration and Poster Abstracts by May 1

St. Louis, Mo. (March 18, 2009) - Those planning to attend the 9th
International Congress on Plant Molecular Biology this fall can take
advantage of reduced rates by registering by May 1.Registration can be
completed online at http://www.ipmb2009.org/Registration.html.

The Congress, scheduled from Oct. 25-30, 2009 in St. Louis, will share
crucial information from the latest plant molecular biology research and
give participants the means for discussing innovative methods to solve
food, fuel and environmental problems facing the world. Speakers will
address a broad range of topics from agricultural productivity and
phytotherapy for human health to generating biofuels - further
reinforcing the important role plants have in global sustainable
economic development. 

The Congress will feature more than 50 forums; abstract poster displays
and presentations; evening workshops; and other events to chronicle the
advances in plant molecular biology. 

Wiley-Blackwell Publishing has announced their support of the Congress
by sponsoring several symposiums. Other symposia sponsors include the
University of Missouri-Columbia, Monsanto Company, Divergence, United
Soybean Board, Arcadia Biosciences, the Australian Centre for Plant
Functional Genomics and the Missouri Botanical Garden.

Scientists, representatives from industry and government, professors,
post-docs and students who are seeking publishing opportunities for
their research are encouraged to present a poster.

Online abstract submission is available at
https://cvmsecure.missouri.edu/ipmb/2009/.  Abstracts must be submitted
no later than May 1, 2009. 
The IPMB Congress has already secured commitments from more than 300
scientists who will present during the course of the event.  Please
visit www.ipmb2009.org for more information.

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