11 April - 12 April 2016

UK PlantSci 2016. Plants in a changing world: molecule to ecosystem

Organised by:

SCI Agrisciences and UKPSF

John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich, UK

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Synopsis

UK PlantSci is the annual conference of the UK Plant Sciences Federation (UKPSF). It provides a unique opportunity to learn about the breadth of cutting edge plant science research in the UK, and to meet with plant scientists outside of usual networks. The meeting hosts a diverse range of talks, all held in plenary and pitched towards a general plant science audience. Every year delegates report back on the value of this approach, citing the quality and breadth of talks among their favourite aspects of the conference.

SCI Agrisciences Group is organising a session on 'Abiotic stress in crops: problems and solutions'.


Venue and Contact

John Innes Centre

Norwich Research Park
Norwich
NR4 7UH
UK

 

PlantSci 2016 Organising Committee

Tel:

Email: plantsci@rsb.org.uk


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Additional Info

Abstract submission
All delegates are encouraged to submit an abstract to present their work at UK PlantSci 2016. Opportunities are available to present posters and short talks, including a Future generations sessiondedicated to talks by early career scientists.

Early career scientist prizes
Students and postdocs selected to speak in the Future generations session will have the opportunity to a monetary prize.

Keynote speakers Giles Oldroyd, John Innes Centre
Philip Poole, University of Oxford

Session topics include

Heterosis and epigenetics
Abiotic stress
Ecosystem resilience
The plant microbiome
Plant signalling
Future generations