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Molecular & Environmental Plant Sciences symposium Plant Signaling Systems-From Cells to Environment
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Molecular & Environmental Plant Sciences symposium Plant Signaling Systems-From Cells to Environment

5/15/2013 to 5/16/2013

When: 5/15/2013
Where: Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas  
United States

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Dear Colleagues, As chair of the organizing committee, I'd like to direct your attention to the next annual MEPS (Molecular & Environmental Plant Sciences) symposium: Plant Signaling Systems-From Cells to Environment, held on May 15-16 in College Station, Texas. http://meps2013.tamu.edu Registration and abstract submission (for poster presentation) are open (please see above link), and the due date for consideration for an oral presentation is April 1, 2013. Registration to the symposium is free, and there are travel grants available for students/postdocs/junior faculty. We would appreciate it if you can share this information with interested individuals. Speakers include: Luis Herrera-Estrella National Laboratory of Genomics for Biodiversity Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National Polytechnic Institute Irapuato, Guanajuato, Mexico Takeshi Fukao Department of Crop & Soil Environmental Sciences Viriginia Tech University Sibum Sung Section of Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology University of Texas-Austin Tzung-Fu Hsieh Plants for Human Health Institute Department of Plant Biology North Carolina State University Terri Long Department of Plant Biology North Carolina State University Brian Ayre Department of Biological Sciences University of North Texas Hope to see you in College Station, Regards, Hisashi Koiwa Chair MEPS symposium 2013 organization committee Texas A&M University
Event Websitehttp://meps2013.tamu.edu
 
 

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