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International Molecular Mycorrhiza Meeting 2019 - IMMM2019 - Torino (Italy) - 6-8 Feb

International Molecular Mycorrhiza Meeting 2019 - IMMM2019 - Torino (Italy) - 6-8 Feb | Plant Conferences |

After the success of the previous editions, we are pleased to announce the
4th international Molecular Mycorrhiza Meeting, to be held 6-8 FEBRUARY 2019 in Torino, Italy.

Information will be updated regularly on this webpage and posted on Twitter @iMMM_2019 (#iMMM_2019) and Facebook (iMMM2019)

Looking forward to welcoming you in Torino,

The iMMM2019 organizing committee.

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XV Cell Wall Meeting, Cambridge, UK 7-12 July 2019

XV Cell Wall Meeting, Cambridge, UK 7-12 July 2019 | Plant Conferences |


We look forward to welcoming you to the XV Cell Wall Meeting which will take place in Cambridge, United Kingdom from 7-12 July 2019.

The meeting will be held at West Road Concert Hall, which is situated in the centre of Cambridge and only a few minutes' walk from the famous Cambridge Backs and King's College.

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International Conference on Mycorrhizae, ICOM 10 Mérida, Mexico June 30-July 5, 2019

International Conference on Mycorrhizae, ICOM 10  Mérida, Mexico June 30-July 5, 2019 | Plant Conferences |

International Conference on Mycorrhizae, ICOM 10
Mérida, Mexico
June 30-July 5, 2019
Mycorrhizae for a Sustainable World

ICOM 10 ( will be organized in Mérida, Mexico by the International Mycorrhiza Society and the Mexican Mycorrhizal Symbiosis Society from June 30 to July 5, 2019. ICOM 10 wishes to encourage innovation in the researchers, students, companies and organizations that study the mycorrhizal symbiosis in order to generate basic and applied knowledge in a different way; a way committed to sustainable development. We wish to invite the young, the creative, the critical, the skeptical, and the innovative, in our search for alternative pathways to face this great challenge. This is why we are inviting you to Mérida.

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IS-MPMI VXIII Congress 14-18 July 2019, Glasgow (UK)

IS-MPMI VXIII Congress 14-18 July 2019, Glasgow (UK) | Plant Conferences |


The programme for the MPMI 2019 meeting is starting to take shape. The local organising committee are planning a vibrant meeting including the following sessions:


  • Molecular recognition in Plant Immunity
  • Microbial Manipulation of the Host
  • Emerging and Re-emerging systems
  • Population Biology (Ecology, Genomics)
  • Apoplastic interactions
  • The roles of extracellular vesicles in intercellular and interkingdom communication
  • Cell Biology of Host-microbe interactions
  • Symbiosis & Mutualism
  • Comparative mutualist and pathogen studies
  • How the environment impacts microbial infection
  • Microbiome and Phytobiome
  • Post-translational modifications and their control of immunity
  • Invertebrate (nematode/insect)-plant interactions
  • Systems biology and modelling plant-microbe interactions
  • Emerging topics in plant-pathogen interactions​
  • The role of organelles and interorganellular communication
  • Host-Microbe Co-evolution
  • Long-distance/systemic signalling
  • Translational Research: developing world needs

Opening Speaker​

Jonathan Jones (The Sainsbury Laboratory)

Closing Speaker

Xinnian Dong (Duke University)  

Plenary Speakers

In addition, the following plenary speakers have been confirmed for the meeting:
  • Petra Boevink (The James Hutton Institute)
  • Sérgio H. Brommonschenkel (Universidade Federal de Vicosa)
  • Jijie Chai (Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research)
  • Gunther Doehlemann (University of Cologne)
  • Caixia Gao (Institute of Genetics and Devlopmental Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Nico Geldner (University of Lausanne)
  • Hui-Shan Guo (Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Caroline Gutjahr (Ludwig Maximilans Universitat Munchen)
  • Maria Harrison (Boyce Thompson Institute, Cornell University)
  • Sophien Kamoun (The Sainsbury Laboratory)
  • Rosa Lozano-Duran (Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology)
  • Xin Li (University of British Columbia)
  • Peter Nagy (University of Kentucky)
  • Jane Parker (Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research)
  • Philippe Reymond (Universite de Lausanne)
  • Libo Shan (Institute for Plant Genomics and Biotechnologies, Texas A&M University)
  • Ken Shirasu (Riken)
  • Nick Talbot (The Sainsbury Laboratory)
  • Ryohei Terauchi (Kyoto University)
  • Bart Thomma (Wageningen University)
  • Julia Vorholt (ETH Zurich)
  • Maria Eugenia Zanetti (Universidad Nacional de La Plata)
  • Jian-Min Zhou (Center for Genome Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
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Botanikertagung 2019: BT2019 - 15–19 September 2019 • Rostock (Germany)

Botanikertagung 2019: BT2019 - 15–19 September 2019 • Rostock (Germany) | Plant Conferences |
Botanikertagung 2019
International Plant Science Conference 15–19 September 2019 • Rostock
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IPGSA - 23rd International Conference on Plant Growth Substances 2019, Paris (France), 25-29 June

IPGSA - 23rd International Conference on Plant Growth Substances 2019, Paris (France), 25-29 June | Plant Conferences |

The International Plant Growth Substances Association (IPGSA) Conference welcomes researchers, academics and students from university and industry interested in the hormones, growth substances and signaling processes of plants. Held once every three years, the IPGSA conference has long provided a stimulating platform for scientists to share and discuss their latest research. The scientific advisory committee is formed of leading scientists appointed by IPGSA Council members elected from diverse countries and therefore promises to deliver an exciting program. We welcome you to the heart of Paris, and to a University venue which will ensure a rewarding experience to all.

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Annual Conference 2019 – COST Action CA16107 EuroXanth - Lednice, (Czech Republic) 9-11 September

Annual Conference 2019 – COST Action CA16107 EuroXanth - Lednice, (Czech Republic) 9-11 September | Plant Conferences |

The EuroXanth COST Action will hold its 3rd Annual Conference on “Integrating science on Xanthomonadaceae for integrated plant disease management in Europe” in Lednice, Czech Republic, from 9 to 11 September 2019. The conference will welcome 60 to 80 participants and will serve as a platform to exchange knowledge and to share technical knowhow with respect to members of the Xanthomonadaceae family.

The conference addressed topics of all four Working Groups:
WG 1: Diagnostics & Diversity – Population Structure
WG 2: Pathogen Biology
WG 3: Genetic Resistance – Host Defence
WG 4: Disease Management – Vector Control

The conference will be organized by ass. prof. Dr. Miroslav Baránek (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic) and his colleagues Dr. Aleš Eichmeier, Dr. Jana Čechová, Filip Gazdík, Jakub Pečenka and Eliška Peňázová, all from the Mendeleum – Institute of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Lednice.

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4th International Brachypodium Conference on 25-28 June 2019, in Huesca (Spain)

4th International Brachypodium Conference on 25-28 June 2019, in Huesca (Spain) | Plant Conferences |

You are cordially invited to participate in the 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.

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18th International Workshop on Plant Membrane Biology - Glasgow (UK) 7th – 12th July 2019

18th International Workshop on Plant Membrane Biology - Glasgow (UK) 7th – 12th July 2019 | Plant Conferences |

The Plant Membrane Biology Workshops started in the early 1970s with a primary focus on transmembrane ion transport in plants, soon becoming the premier international research conference in the field. Over the past three decades these meetings have grown to encompass all aspects of plant membrane biology, from protein structure and membrane traffic to salinity and ecophysiological aspects of membrane function in plants. IWPMB2019 will provide a unique opportunity for scientific discussion and exchange of ideas among researchers at all stages in their careers, and an excellent platform for postgraduate students entering the field of plant membrane biology.

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Plant Genome Evolution 2019 - Sitges (Spain)

Plant Genome Evolution 2019 - Sitges (Spain) | Plant Conferences |

It is our great pleasure to announce the 5th Conference on Plant Genome Evolution. We are delighted to be holding this biannual event again after very successful meetings in 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2017, where renowned plant researchers gave inspiring talks and where many discussed their latest research in the field.

For the 2019 meeting, which will take place again in Sitges (Barcelona), Spain, Sunday September 29th – Tuesday October 1st 2019, we are trying to put together an exciting programme focused on green algae, lower and higher plants, natural variation, domestication, epigenetics, polyploidy, and systems biology, of course all with a strong emphasis on evolution and evolutionary aspects.

This fifth PGE meeting will present a unique opportunity to meet and discuss with colleagues, get updated on the newest developments and insights in plant genome evolution, and will provide unique possibilities to network and discuss collaborations. We are delighted to announce that Prof. Ilia Leitch (Kew Gardens, UK) has agreed to deliver the plenary lecture on Sunday, opening the meeting.


Plenary speaker

Ilia Leitch, Royal Botanic Gardens, KEW, UK


Keynote speakers

Liam Dolan, University of Oxford, UK

Malia Gehan, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, USA

Koen Geuten, University of Leuven, Belgium

Daniel Koenig, University of California, USA

Michael McKain, The University of Alabama, USA

Juliette de Meaux, University of Cologne, Germany

Magnus Nordborg, Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology, Austria

Robert VanBuren, Michigan State University, USA

Jennifer Wisecaver, Purdue University, USA

Conference deadlines

Abstract submission deadline – 12 April 2019

Early bird registration deadline – 28 June 2019

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3rd UK Plant Evolution meeting, Kew, London, 3-5 April 2019

3rd UK Plant Evolution meeting, Kew, London, 3-5 April 2019 | Plant Conferences |
Join us for a symposium and conference focusing on plant evolutionary biology. 3 to 5 April 2019.


Days 2 and 3: Conference

The conference will feature four main themes of evolution: 

  • Session 1: Plant development and evolution 
  • Session 2: Plant traits involved in adaptation and domestication 
  • Session 3: Evolutionary drivers of plant diversity 
  • Session 4: Recent approaches to understanding macroevolution 

Keynote speaker

Prof. Jonathan Wendel - Iowa State University, USA 

Invited speakers

Prof. Robin Allaby - University of Warwick, UK

Prof. Scott Armbruster - University of Portsmouth, UK

Dr. Christine Bacon - University of Gothenburg, Sweden 

Dr. William Baker - Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK

Dr. Sidonie Bellot - Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK 

Dr. Anne Borland - Newcastle University, UK

Dr. Samuel Brockington - University of Cambridge, UK

Prof. Liam Dolan - Unviversity of Oxford, UK

Dr. Charilaos Yiotis - University of Dublin, Ireland

Dr. Annaliese Mason - University of Giessen, Germany

Dr. Edwige Moyroud - University of Cambridge, UK 

Dr. Mark N. Puttick - University of Bath, UK

Dr. Alex Twyford - University of Edinburgh, UK

Register for a speaker slot

We welcome a diverse range of researchers in different stages of their career. There are speaker and poster slots within each session which are open for researchers to present. 

After you have registered online, if you're interested in presenting a talk or poster within a session, please submit your abstract to

To register for a session, please submit your abstract to

Abstracts should include the following information: 

  • Title
  • Author
  • Author's affiliation 
  • Key words 
  • Abstract (max 300 words) 

Abstract submission deadline: 1 March 2019

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9th International Symposium on Plant Senescence, 1st — 4th April 2019 Berlin, Germany

Senescence is a complex, genetically programmed phenomenon that constitutes an important biological process for plant fitness in natural ecosystems and for agricultural productivity of crops. While In the absence of stress, senescence is under the control of developmental age, it is also largely affected by diverse environmental cues. The conference addresses major breakthroughs in plant senescence and aging research.


Talks will cover a wide spectrum of aspects of plant aging and senescence including the following:

  • molecular, biochemical and physiological layers of senescence regulation
  • tissue- and organ-specific aspects of senescence (e.g. leaves, flowers, fruiting organs)
  • nutrient recycling and plant productivity
  • autophagy and plant senescence
  • stress-induced senescence and tolerance to abiotic stresses
  • postharvest senescence

Plenary and confirmed speakers are

  • Hong-Gil Nam, Center for Plant Aging Research, IBS, Daegu, South Korea
  • Sucheng Gan, Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, USA
  • Richard Vierstra, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
  • Nils Stein, IPK Gatersleben and University of Göttingen, Germany
  • Rashmi Sasidharan, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • Celine Masclaux-Daubresse, INRA Versailles
  • Hong-Wei Guo, SUSTech, Shenzhen, China
  • Moritz Nowack, VIB, Ghent, Belgium
  • Mark Aurel Schoettler, MPI of Molecular Plant Physiology, Potsdam, Germany
  • Tamar Avin-Wittenberg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  • Donald Hunter, The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited
  • Pyung Ok Lim, DGIST, Daegu, South Korea
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Plant Organ Growth Symposium 2019, 24 -26 April, Bordeaux (France)

Plant Organ Growth Symposium 2019, 24 -26 April, Bordeaux (France) | Plant Conferences |

On April 24-26th 2019, we are organizing a three-days international symposium on Plant Organ Growth, in Bordeaux, France. POGS2019 will be the third meeting after two successful sessions: Plant Organ Growth symposium 2015 in Ghent, Belgium and Plant Organ Growth symposium 2017 in Elche, Spain. 

The aim of this meeting is to bring together top experts in the field of organ growth regulation in order to share recent advances and expertise on this exciting topic. Our objective is to discuss state of the art knowledge on growth regulation at multiple spatial scales.

The meeting, combining lectures from invited speakers and short talks on selected abstracts, will cover three major topics, shoot growth, reproductive organ growth and root growth; and will include a session on the transfer of knowledge from model to crop.

The meeting will be held in the beautiful city of Bordeaux and in the Bordeaux University campus (Talence). POGS2019Bdx will be the occasion to visit the wonderful wine city.

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Plants of the Future June 13-14, 2019, New York University, New York (USA)

Plants of the Future June 13-14, 2019, New York University, New York (USA) | Plant Conferences |

The aim of this NYU-Nature Conference is to provide a forward-thinking forum for discussion of new ways to think about what plants of the future may look like, and ways that plant biotechnologies can develop to meet the increasing demand of plant-derived products, including food, energy, and medicine in the context global warming. This conference will broadly cover topics in plant biology and genetics, including synthetic & systems biology, plant-microbe interactions, epigenetics, development and future agriculture. We expect that this conference will foster new collaborations and help to define areas within plant science that are in most need of research attention in order to ensure food and climate security in the future.


Early Registration through February 1, 2019


Jean Michel Ane (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Julia Bailey-Serres (University of California Riverside, USA)
Sarah Bloch (PivotBio, USA)
Jose Dinneny (Carnegie Institution for Science, USA)
Miriam Gifford (University of Warwick, UK)
Mary Lou Guerinot (Dartmouth College, USA)
Maria Harrison (Cornell University, USA)
Jim Haseloff (University of Cambridge, UK)
Sheng-Yang He (Michigan State University, USA)
Carol Huang (New York University, USA)
Angela Kent (University of Illinois, USA)
Cathie Martin (John Innes Center, UK)
Giles Oldroyd (Sainsbury Laboratory/ University of Cambridge, UK)
Ronan O'Malley (Joint Genome Institute, USA)
Sue Rhee (Carnegie Institute for Science, USA)
Keiko Torii (University of Washington, USA)
Nicholi Vorsa (Rutgers University, USA)
Doris Wagner (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Jing-Ke Weng (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
Dani Zamir (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

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The Mechanisms in Plant Development Conference July 28-August 2, Olean, New York (USA)

For the past 20 years, this unique FASEB Science Research Conference (SRC) has been bringing together the global plant developmental biology community.

This small conference fosters interactions between early stage researchers and established PIs, and serves as a catalyst for long-lasting collaborations and career-building interactions.

Major themes of the conference include: 1) The role of hormones and mechanical signals in organizing the plant body plan; 2) The molecular mechanisms that lead to asymmetry at the cell and organ level; 3) The pathways that mediate cellular specialization. 

Conference topics will include:

  • Tissue Patterning
  • Developmental Plasticity
  • Cellular Response to Environment
  • Mechanisms in Cell Polarity
  • Cellular Specialization
  • Establishing and Elaborating Body Plan
  • Signaling and Crosstalk
  • Mediating Indeterminate Growth
  • Cell-Cell Communication

The keynote address will be from EMBO member Dr. Professor Jane Langdale, FRS CBE (The Queen’s College, University of Oxford, UK). Eight further sessions will include invited speakers, short talks selected from abstract submissions, and flash talks from poster presenters representing the breadth of the plant development field. There will be three poster sessions and a career development session, "Getting Your Name Out There: Setting a Path in a Plant Science Career."

Other Invited Speakers
Mark Estelle, Doris Wagner, Marja Timmermans, Liam Dolan, Gwyneth Ingram, Jose Feijo, Mitsuyasu Hasebe, Caroline Gutjahr, Yuling Jiao, Olivier Hamant, David Jackson, Jose Dinneny, Melissa Goellner Mitchum, Lucia Strader, Kim Gallagher, Jennifer Nemhauser, Minako Ueda, Eva Benkova, Moritz Nowak, Idan Efroni, Andrea Eveland, Jamie Van Norman, Edwige Moyroud, Yun Zhou, Juan Dong, Michelle Facette, Yuki Hirakawa, Wolfgang Lukowitz.

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Green for Good - Plant Biotechnology - Olomuc (Czech Republic) 10-13 June

Green for Good - Plant Biotechnology - Olomuc (Czech Republic) 10-13 June | Plant Conferences |

A joint conference organized by the Centre of the Region Haná for Biotechnological and Agricultural Research on behalf of the European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB). It is the fifth meeting from the series that was started in 2011.

In each of the 6-8 sessions, one or two keynote speakers will be invited to present a 30-minute review lecture.

The major aim of the conference is to attract many young biotechnologists working on plant products including plant synthetic biology products and provide them with opportunities to present their work to a distinguished audience.

The Organizing and Scientific Committee are delighted to welcome you at this exciting conference, where distinguished scientists will give their view on the new and future developments in natural product research.

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5th International Conference on Plant Vascular Biology

Welcome to Plant Vascular Biology 2019

You are invited to the Fifth International Conference on Plant Vascular Biology (PVB2019), 17 – 20 June 2019 at the historic Asilomar Conference Grounds, California, USA. The conference brings together over 150 scientists from around the world to discuss exciting breakthroughs in plant vascular biology and to create bridges between basic and applied research. The meeting will provide important opportunities to exchange novel research on the evolution, development, structure, biochemistry and physiology of xylem and phloem. The scope will also encompass loading and unloading mechanisms, regulation of transport, and short and long distance signaling in relation to environmental responses.

A theme of the conference is to highlight the many ways that plant vascular biology intersects with critical problems in agriculture and forestry, such as drought stress, nutrient uptake and utilization, and productivity. A primary goal of the conference is to foster integrated collaborative research using new technologies to make advances into both basic and applied problems surrounding plant vascular biology. 

This collegial conference will connect leaders in the field of plant vascular biology, early career researchers and the agriculture industry, and provide a stimulating and supportive forum for the development of new research directions and interdisciplinary collaborations

The venue is the Asilomar Conference Grounds near Monterey, California. The site is Oceanside, with sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean. Nearby attractions include the Monterey aquarium and Cannery Row, ocean-side parks and nature hikes, and a variety of restaurants, shops and tours. Travel arrivals are through San Francisco International Airport. 

Online registration will open in November 2018. The deadline for abstract submission for oral presentations is January 31, 2019. Information on travel grants will be posted by January 1, 2019.

For further information, please contact,, or

Local Organizing Committee:

  • Siobhan Brady, University California, Davis  
  • Andrew Groover, University California, Davis  
  • Mechthild Tegeder, Washington State University, Pullman

International Advisory Board

  • Christine Beveridge, University of Queensland, Australia
  • Annelie Carlsbecker, University of Uppsala, Sweden  
  • Taku Demura, NAIST and RIKEN, Japan  
  • Sylvie Dinan, INRA Centre de Versailles-Grignon, France
  • Thomas Greb, University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • Rainer Hedrich, University of Würzburg, Germany
  • Michele Holbrook, Harvard University, USA
  • Ji-Young Lee, POSTECH, Korea
  • Mengzhu Lu, Chinese Academy of Forestry, China
  • William J Lucas, University California, Davis, USA 
  • Yi-Fang Tsay, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
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SEB Conference Plant Biology Section 2019 - Seville (Spain) - 2-5 July

SEB Conference Plant Biology Section 2019 - Seville (Spain) - 2-5 July | Plant Conferences |

From 2 – 5 July 2019, turn the heat up on your scientific experiences at SEB’s Annual Meeting in Seville, Spain at the FIBES II Conference and Exhibition Centre.

Innovate your ideas at SEB’s 2019 Annual Meeting

SEB inspires extraordinary connections in science and its Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to share learning and experience, build contacts and foster experimentation amongst biologists from all over the world.

In July 2019, over 800 scientists from across the globe will come together in the hottest city in southern Europe - Seville. With the scent of orange trees, the blue of the sky, the joy of the city’s festivities and the singing, playing and dancing of flamenco, Seville will intrigue and captivate you.

One of the most prestigious venues in Spain, the FIBES II Conference and Exhibition Centre provides a perfect location for SEB’s Annual Meeting. Its facilities include state of the art auditoria, plenty of breakout rooms as well as large catering areas and restaurants. The luminous marble Dome Hall of FIBES I and the waterfalls surrounding the outdoor square add grandeur to an already modern and impressive venue.

The extraordinary range of Plant, Animal and Cell biology sessions will expand your mind and create bold leaps in thinking. And with SEB’s members in Spain organising a number of sessions there will be lots of local science on offer to satisfy your curiosity.
Situated halfway between the Mediterranean and Africa, you’ll find Seville well connected and easy to get to with its modern airport, major highways and high-speed railways.

Don't forget to follow @SEBiology on Twitter using #SEBAMM or like our Facebook page for all the latest news.

¡Viva Ciencia

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Keystone Symposia Conference | Climate Change-Linked Stress Tolerance in Plants - 13-16 May, 2019

Climate Change-Linked Stress Tolerance in Plants (M4)

Scientific Organizers: Julian Schroeder and Julia Bailey-Serres

May 13—16, 2019

Herrenhausen Palace, Hannover, Germany

*All deadlines end at 11:59 PM US Mountain Standard Time
Global Health Travel Award Deadline: Dec 18, 2018 [details]
Scholarship Deadline: Jan 15, 2019 [details]
Discounted Abstract Deadline: Jan 15, 2019 [details]
Abstract Deadline: Feb 13, 2019 [details]
Discounted Registration Deadline: Mar 13, 2019 [details]

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