The UV4Plants Bulletin is an open access journal publishing both peer-reviewed articles and editorial-board-reviewed opinions, commentaries, profiles and news. Indexed by Google Scholar. On-line manuscript submission.
Resources for teachers
A collection of texts and illustrations suitable for use in teaching at different levels.
Conferences and training schools
We organize a UV4Plants Network Meeting every other year, co-organize sessions in the Congress of the European Society for Photobiology, and sponsor targeted workshops and training schools.
Resources for researchers
Tutorials and methods reviews published in the UV4Plants Bulletin. Handbook of methods. Software from members.
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Our association warmly welcomes new individual and institutional members interested in the crossroads between plants' and UV research spanning from photochemistry and molecular biology to agriculture, ecology and the biosphere.
Our association's main activities include the publication of an open-access journal titled "UV4Plants Bulletin" and of monographs, the organization of Conferences and training events, and maintaining communication channels through Twitter , a public Facebook page and a private mail list for members.
Recent posts from our blog
UV4Plants members are invited to contribute to our blog, please, contact the the webmaster to be given author's rights. Others are invited to submit news and other items directly by email to the webmaster.
I have made a 5-min-long video showing how to use the Quick TUV Calculator and posted it at my “R for Photobiology” web site together with an example document produced with R and my packages showing plots of simulations obtained with the Quick TUV Calculator for an assortment of conditions and sun angles. Click on the image to open my post.
An interactive article with photographs, videos and text. This is a long article in two parts. It is extremely interesting with respect to how politics and science intermingle and how science can be ignored or not, and what factors were and are at play. The NYT requires a subscription for regular reading, but everybody has a free quota of four articles. In my opinion, every one of us, doing research on anything with broader implications cannot afford not to read this. On top of it is written almost like a thriller, so an easy read, and includes some interesting ideas of why the Montreal Protocol was easy for politicians and public to accept. https://nyti.ms/2mWMDT8 Our theme disables links on excerpts, please open the post and then follow the link.