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By SuperUser Account on 2/22/2017 12:27 PM
New Phytologist next generation scientists 2017

24–26 July 2017John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK

newphytologist.org/nextgensci

The New Phytologist Trust is excited to invite you to the second next generation scientists event. Next generation scientists 2017 is an event aimed exclusively at early career researchers (PhD students and post-docs with up to five years’ experience since gaining their PhD).

It will provide an opportunity for early career plant scientists to present research, and network with their peers in a supportive and inspiring environment. In addition to presentations from early career researchers, there will be a series of plenary lectures from outstanding international plant scientists, talks by the 2014 and 2015 Tansley Medal winners Bill Anderegg and Alexander Jones, and workshops on getting published and publication ethics.

Registration is free and includes meals, accommodation and a social event. Some assistance...
By SuperUser Account on 10/27/2016 1:44 PM
The MSA Diversity Committee welcomes your participation in a survey to gather information regarding diversity in MSA membership to better inform policies and practices of the MSA and to foster an equitable and inclusive environment for all members. We invite you to participate. Please see the link in your membership renewal email!

Your responses are anonymous, completely voluntary, and all responses will be aggregated.
By SuperUser Account on 3/13/2016 4:18 PM
Cover Cell Biology Issue 108.3 

We are pleased to announce our special issue with a focus on fungal Cell Biology. This issue will provide reviews and new research on hot topics including cytoskeleton function, RNAi, hyphal growth and morphogenesis, Golgi, peroxisome, and vacuolar function and will be a great resource for expanding your general knowledge of fungal form and function. Guest Editors: Meritxell Riquelme and Rosa Mouriño-Pérez.