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[Arabidopsis] GARNet2016: Innovation in the Plant Sciences

Geraint Parry via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by geraint from garnetcommunity.org.uk)
Mon Apr 4 02:01:43 EST 2016

GARNet2016: Innovation in the Plant Sciences. September 6th-7th 2016, 


Registration is now open for the exciting GARNet2016 meeting. We have 
put together a set of talks on a broad range of subjects that are all 
linked by their use of novel experimental techniques.

Session 1: Frontiers in Plant Imaging
Session 2: Enabling the Translational Pipeline
Session 3: Plant Synthetic Biology
Session 4: Genomics tools for Gene Discovery
Session 5: Cell Signaling

In addition we will have three workshops that aim to support new 
technologies that are available to plant scientists:

* Pre-Meeting Workshop: Finding your Arabidopsis Gene in Wheat.
Organiser: Cristobal Uauy

* Workshop 1: Usage and Application development within Araport.
Organiser: Chris Town

* Workshop 2: Introduction to CRISPR-Cas, troubleshooting target design 
and verification of mutants. Organiser: Vladimir Nekrasov

We encourage young researchers to participate in our extended poster 
session and to apply to give a 2 minute flash presentation.

All information about registration, conference accomodation and the 
scientific programme can be found at:  http://garnet2016.weebly.com/

GARNet will have at least £500 available to support travel of UK-based 
PhD students to the meeting. This money will be distributed on a first 
come, first-serve basis. Please contact Geraint Parry 
(geraint from garnetcommunity.org.uk) about the availability of these travel 

Please pass this information about GARNet2016 onto anyone who you think 
will be interested in this conference. If you have any questions please 
contact Geraint Parry geraint from garnetcommunity.org.uk

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Dr Geraint Parry

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