Plant BLOOME 2018 Winners Announced

ASPB established the Plant Biology Learning Objectives, Outreach Materials & Education (BLOOME) grant program (the name changed over time) with the goal to enhance public awareness and understanding of the essential roles of plants in all areas of life. Congratulations to the three 2018 ASPB Plant BLOOME recipients! Widely Accessible Virtual Reality Exhibits and Workshops … Read morePlant BLOOME 2018 Winners Announced

CALL FOR PAPERS! The Plant Cell 30th Anniversary Collection: Rethinking the Past and Shaping the Future of Plant Biology

CALL FOR PAPERS! The Plant Cell 30th Anniversary Collection: Rethinking the Past and Shaping the Future of Plant Biology Deadline for submission: June 30, 2019 In celebration of 30 years of publishing the best research in plant molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, we encourage authors to submit their most exciting new results for consideration for a … Read moreCALL FOR PAPERS! The Plant Cell 30th Anniversary Collection: Rethinking the Past and Shaping the Future of Plant Biology

Wednesday and Thursday at Plant Biology 2018

Thank you for attending Plant Biology 2018!  Here’s your guide for Wednesday and Thursday and as always, when in doubt, you can check the schedule and the conference app, or stop by Registration and ask one of our friendly volunteers. There’s even more information on the Plant Biology 2018 network on Plantae, including a bit … Read moreWednesday and Thursday at Plant Biology 2018

6 Ways to Support Young Scientists at Plant Biology 2018

Are you a supporter of young scientists?  Did you know that every year at the Plant Biology 2018 meeting we have a special poster session just for undergraduates, so they can share the work they are doing?   Here are 6 ways to support undergraduates at #plantbio18 Attend the Undergraduate Poster Session on Sunday, July … Read more6 Ways to Support Young Scientists at Plant Biology 2018

President’s Letter—Feeding the World: Reasons for Optimism

Having recently spent time in our nation’s capital asking for support for increased plant science research funding, I’ve been thinking about how we feed the world. Everywhere I turn, I see dire predictions about our ability to keep up with population growth. But the more I think about the issues we face, the more optimistic … Read morePresident’s Letter—Feeding the World: Reasons for Optimism

Be There or Be Square! Plant Science Community Activities at the Plantae Pavilion

The Plantae Pavilion (in the poster hall) has a full schedule of activities and spaces to relax. Join your colleagues to pitch your science, take a selfie (and enter to win a prize!), and talk about topics near and dear to the plant science community. Check out the full schedule below. Ongoing Activities: Selfie Station: … Read moreBe There or Be Square! Plant Science Community Activities at the Plantae Pavilion

Genome Editing in Agriculture: Methods, Applications, and Governance

ISSUE PAPERS – IP60 – JULY 2018 Genome Editing in Agriculture: Methods, Applications, and Governance is a paper in the series on The Need for Agricultural Innovation to Sustainably Feed the World by 2050. Genome editing is a powerful new method that enables unprecedented control over genetic material and offers the opportunity to make rapid … Read moreGenome Editing in Agriculture: Methods, Applications, and Governance

Join the Roundtable Discussions at Plant Biology 2018

Join us for a series of roundtable discussions during Plant Biology 2018. Our roundtable discussions will all be located in or adjacent to the Plantae Pavilion, and are informal talks that cover many areas of plant biology. We have some great speakers lined up! No registration is necessary, and we hope you plan to join … Read moreJoin the Roundtable Discussions at Plant Biology 2018

New This Year! Join the Conversation Circle at the ASPB Booth

Wondering about the new open access journal, Plant Direct? Heard about SURF and want to know what it’s all about? Want to hear about how ASPB can help you with funding?  Want to learn about how we support scientific meetings? Want to get involved with the Women In Plant Biology or Minority Affairs Committees? Curious … Read moreNew This Year! Join the Conversation Circle at the ASPB Booth

9 Ways To Use Social Media At #PlantBio18

Here are 10 ways to use social media to keep up-to-date, find and connect with others, and discuss your experiences during and after Plant Biology 2018 Follow and tweet using #plantbio18 – tweet your experience, things you learn, and pictures of other events and activities. Make sure to follow @aspb and @plantae_org as well! Attend … Read more9 Ways To Use Social Media At #PlantBio18

3 Ways to Boost Your Career at Plant Biology 2018

Looking for learning opportunities and activities during Plant Biology 2018 that will help you navigate your career path? Here are some helpful tips: 1. Improve your skills Attend any of these workshops (some require pre-registration): Plant Science Training in 2035 (Saturday, July 14, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm) Primarily Undergraduate Institution (PUI) Faculty Development Workshop … Read more3 Ways to Boost Your Career at Plant Biology 2018

Plant Biology 2018 Contest Awards and Celebration

Join the staff and volunteers at the Plantae Pavilion, Tuesday, July 17, at 2:00 pm and participate in the Plantae 2018 contest awards and celebration. You won’t want to miss this: Help us choose the winners for the Pitch Your Science video contest Help us choose the finalist for the Plant Biology 2018 Selfie Contest … Read morePlant Biology 2018 Contest Awards and Celebration

A Day with a Plant Scientist: A report on a one-day session submitted by Amina Yaqoob: ASPB Ambassador in Pakistan

I want to share an exciting experience of conducting my first seminar as an ASPB Ambassador at a local high school (Beacon house school system, Lahore) on 12th March, 2018. It was a beautiful sunny day when I visited a group of energetic young students at the high school. They were going to start a … Read moreA Day with a Plant Scientist: A report on a one-day session submitted by Amina Yaqoob: ASPB Ambassador in Pakistan

Plant Biology 2018: Call for Volunteers

Volunteer onsite and help the entire plant science community stay connected with Plant Biology 2018. Together, we can raise awareness, increase visibility around the amazing science, networking, and education happening during the meeting and beyond. Opportunities include: Event coverage via Twitter and Facebook: (see social media policy) Taking photos and posting them online Writing blog … Read morePlant Biology 2018: Call for Volunteers