The ASPB program committee is inviting proposals for one-hour workshops to be held during Plant Biology 2020 in Washington, D.C., July 25-29, 2020. All ideas are welcome, but the preferred areas of focus for the workshops – intentionally broad – are: Technical Development and Innovation Professional Development Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion The committee encourages submissions … Read more Plant Biology 2020 Call for Workshop Proposals!
This year, ASPB President Rob Last did an experiment aimed at increasing the value of the President’s Letters. Four of these letters were accompanied by essays from community members of all career stages. Two were co-authored. The idea was to explore the topics of President’s Letters more fully and include more voices. A general theme … Read more ASPB President’s Letter Collections
The discovery of the gene behind stem juiciness in sweet sorghum could have huge agricultural implications Sorghum, the fifth most popular crop worldwide, is used to create many products in the United States and is widely consumed by people in developing countries. The discovery of a crucial gene controlling stem juiciness in sorghum has important … Read more A crucial gene controls stem juiciness in sorghum and beyond