[Arabidopsis] Global Plant Council/SEB Plant Section Symposium on
Stress Resilience - registration now open
(by lisa from globalplantcouncil.org)
Wed Jul 1 04:06:48 EST 2015
GPC/SEB Plant Section Symposium on Stress Resilience, 23–25th October 2015, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil
In collaboration with the Global Plant Council (GPC) <http://www.globalplantcouncil.org/>, this SEB Symposium aims to bring together experts from across the world to discuss current research efforts in plant stress resilience, showcase new approaches and technologies and build new networks and collaborations that will contribute to global efforts to develop crops that are better able to deal with fluctuating and stressful environmental conditions.
Information about the Symposium can be found here: http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/Plant_2015.html <http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/Plant_2015.html>, and the preliminary programme is here: http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/programme.html <http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/programme.html>.
To register for the conference, please click here: http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/registration.html <http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/registration.html> - register by 3rd September to save £100!
To submit an abstract for the meeting, please click here: http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/abstracts.html <http://www.sebiology.org/meetings/Plant_Symposium_2015/abstracts.html> - the deadline for abstract submission is 21st August 2015.
This event immediately precedes the International Plant Molecular Biology <http://www.ipmb2015.org/> conference (25-30 October), also in Foz do Iguacu, which also includes several sessions on stress.
Please find attached a poster and a copy of the preliminary program - please do share with interested colleagues, and if you have any questions please contact GPC Executive Director Ruth Bastow: ruth from globalplantcouncil.org <mailto:ruth from globalplantcouncil.org>.
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