Plant Biology 2015: Getting Connected

We are hitting the road soon and heading to Minneapolis for what is shaping up to be a fantastic meeting. This year, Plant Biology 2015 includes:

  • 1,000+ Abstracts
  • 100+ Exhibits
  • 1,100+ Posters
  • 30+ Mini symposia
  • 5 Major Symposia
  • 20 Workshops and Career sessions
  • A series of networking events and activities
A team of volunteers and staff are working hard to make sure you get the most out of this event by staying as up-to-date and connected as possible both onsite and online – in a variety of ways:


  • Tweeting before or during the meeting? Include @ASPB and #PlantBiology15 in your tweets
  • Follow @ASPB and #PlantBiology15 for ongoing updates
  • Share your photos on Instagram and include @PlantBiology and #PlantBiology15 to get included in the main feed.
  • Check us out on Facebook
  • Post to our wall to share your experience: @PlantBiology and #PlantBiology15
  • Upload your photos, tag yourself and other attendees
  • Start a discussion
  • Check-in to events and places
  • Start a discussion
  • Share what you’ve learned
  • Contribute new ideas
  • Stay up to date on news and activities
Share your meeting experience and insights on your own blog and tag the post with PlantBiology15. Show us what you’ve got! Post links to your blog on the ASPB Facebook wall and Tweet the links. We’ll pick our favorite bloggers and feature the Plant Science Today blog on

Call for Volunteers

To volunteer onsite to help the entire plant science community stay connected with Plant Biology 2015, please contact Susan Cato at or stop by the ASPB booth at the meeting. Please share this information freely so we can rally the entire plant science community around the amazing science, education, and networking at Plant Biology 2015.

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