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We are delighted to invite you to the 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Multiscale Plant Vascular Biology, which will be held at Mt. Snow, Vermont from June 17-22, 2018. The theme of this meeting is Plasticity in Plant Vascular Systems: Roles, Limits and Consequences. The deadline for poster abstract submission is May 20, 2018.
This event will be preceded by the 2018 Gordon Research Seminar, a two-day forum for graduate students, post-docs and other scientists with comparable levels of experience and education to present their research and share ideas. This meeting will focus on the Knowns and Unknowns of Plant Vascular Responses to Environmental Change and will be held from June 16-17, 2018. For those interested in being considered for a talk, the deadline is March 16th, and for all others the application deadline is May 19th.
More information: https://www.grc.org/multiscale-plant-vascular-biology-conference/2018/
4th International Brachypodium Conference on 25-28 June 2019, in Huesca, Spain. The conference will be organized by the University of Zaragoza - Huesca Campus and will be held at the Huesca Convention Centre.
This biennial meeting follows successful conferences in France in 2011, Italy in 2013, USA in 2015, and China in 2017.
Brachypodium distachyon has proven to be an outstanding model system for functional, comparative, and other studies in plant biology and crop improvement. Recently, the model has been extended to include other annual and perennial Brachypodium species opening the door to explorations of polyploid genome evolution and perenniality. We will gather to share and discuss the latest discoveries, tool and resource developments, establish collaborations and identify avenues for future research.
You can visit our 4th IBC 2019 web site at brachypodium2019.org to get updated information on the conference. The registration period will be open from January 2019 on.
We look forward to meeting you at Huesca and enjoying the Central Pre-Pyrenees and Pyrenees, one of the world “hotspots” of Brachypodium diversity.
XII Latin American Botanical Congress
October 21-28, 2018, Quito, Ecuador
64th Annual Fall Symposium
Next Generation Biology: from Species to Ecosystems
Missouri Botanical Garden
St. Louis, Missouri
October 13-14, 2017
Organizing committee: Monica Carlsen, Christy Edwards,
This workshop will bring together a mix of land managers, conservation and restoration practitioners, researchers, and non-governmental organizations who share the goal of conserving tree species. In addition, to foster collaboration and networking, time has been built into the agenda and space will be available for affiliated groups/chapters to hold meetings and/or promote their work. http://www.fs.fed.us/about-agency/gene-conservation-workshop