EPSO working groups
Plant Biology Congress Freiburg 2012 - jointly organised by FESPB and EPSO, 29 July-3 August, 2012, Germany
Plant Scientists in Europe are represented by two independent organisations: FESPB (Federation of European Societies of Plant Biologists) - the umbrella organisation of 27 national botanical societies in Europe, representing more than 24,000 individuals - and EPSO, which represents more than 226 research institutes, departments and universities from 30 countries in Europe and beyond.
From July 29 to August 3, 2012 plant scientist from all over the world met in the “Green City” of Freiburg at a jointly organised conference by FESPB and EPSO. The conference highlighted all aspects of plant biology with special emphasis on the consequences of global climate change and on feeding the global world population.
More information upon request.
Presentation are available upon request
- Teagsac-University College Dublin PhD Walsh Fellowship: Comparative transcriptomics, metabolomics and plant physiology of nitrogen and abiotic stress tolerance characteristics in perennial ryegrass and cereals Deadline 6 February
- Post-doc position in Plant Developmental Cell Biology, Lausanne, Deadline -
- Director of Research, Rothamsted Research, Deadline 5 January