2 October 2019

Event postponed: Young Researchers in Crop Sciences 2019

Organised by:

SCI's Agrisciences Group

Bracknell, UK

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Synopsis
This event is for early career scientists researching in biological, chemical, environmental and other relevant sciences who would like to present their work, and all those interested in learning about progress and meeting new talent in agrisciences. Benefits of attending include:

  • Experience presenting to a multi-disciplinary audience
  • Raise your profile, build networks, find ideas and inspiration
  • Hone your career skills
  • SCI Members attending this meeting are able to claim CPD points

The previous six very successful events in this annual series have included a wide range of disciplines such as agronomy, crop and plant physiology, environmental sciences, molecular biology, plant nutrition, soil science, crop protection, analytical chemistry, biofuels and biomaterials.


Venue and Contact

Syngenta

Jealott’s Hill
Bracknell
UK

Conference Team

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7598 1561

Email: conferences@soci.org


Fees

Early bird fees before Wednesday 4 September 2019

£30 SCI Members
£45   Non-Member

Standard fees after Wednesday 4 September 2019

£35 SCI/RSC Member
£55    Non-Member

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Booking Process
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Call for Papers

PhD students and first post-docs wishing to present have three options:

  • Oral paper (20 minutes)
  • Poster (A0: 1189 mm x 841 mm, portrait)
  • Poster plus Flash presentation (5 slides, 5 minutes)

E-mail an abstract of 300 words (max.) indicating title, authors and preference for presentation option to James.Fountaine@syngenta.com by Wednesday 4 September 2019. Oral presentation slots are inevitably limited and will be allocated to achieve a balanced programme. Topics for presentations in any format may be results, reviews or plans and may have already been presented elsewhere. Prizes will be awarded, focusing on quality of science and clarity of communication.