Organisation of UV4Plants 2020 Network Meeting

UV4Plants  invites  expressions  of  interest  from  the  membership  to  host  the  2020 Network  Meeting,  which  is  the  main  biennial  conference  of  our  association. The  2020  Network  Meeting  will  have  essentially  the  same  structure  as  the  last one,  which  was  in  Bled  in  2018.  The  meeting  will  be  held  over  3  days  to  give ample  time  for  informal  discussion  as  well  as  a  full  programme  of  lectures  and poster  sessions  and  possibly  an  excursion.  In  addition,  a  Training  School  for early  stage  researchers  will  be  held  immediately  before  the  conference  at  the same  venue.

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UV-B Meetings 2017

We are pleased to inform UV4Plants members about two conference sessions focused on UV-B research. These sessions have been organized jointly with the European Society for Photobiology (ESP) and will be part of the ESP Congress in Pisa in September 2017. To help UV4Plants members attend we have agreed a reduced registration fee with ESP and are also offering several bursaries. There are also other plant and non-plant photobiology symposia in the ESP Congress that may be of interest (see http://pisa2017.photobiology.eu). Please see UV meetings announcement and programme as a PDF file. Registration and fees UV4Plants members attending on 5 and 6 September: 200 Euro; student members 125 Euro (non-members 255 Euro) UV4Plants members attending the 6 September meeting only: 150 Euro; student members 75 Euro (non-members 205 Euro) Students can attend the full ESP congress for 200 Euro (for details see website http://pisa2017.photobiology.eu) Registration is via the ESP Congress website (http://pisa2017.photobiology.eu). Abstract Submission deadline: 25 May Early registration deadline: 30 June UV4Plants Bursaries UV4Plants is offering up to 4 bursaries of 200 Euro to early stage researchers (PhD students and postdocs) who will attend both the Symposium and Satellite Meeting and give an oral or poster presentation at one of…

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Invitation to host themed workshops

UV4Plants wishes to encourage members to host short workshops on specialist topics, for example, a particular technical approach or aspect of UV-B research. These workshops will be valuable in spreading expertise and promoting collaborations. Workshops would likely attract 10 to 25 people and could be held at any time. Share this

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