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Plant Biology 2016
The Plant Biology meeting is the annual meeting of the American Society of Plant Biologists but the science is the hallmark of the meeting covering all aspects of plant biology.
The meeting is designed to bring you the latest research and developments. It is a great forum for the exchange of ideas with colleagues while having the ability to attend key symposia, present a poster, attend or speak at a minisymposia or workshop. There is also lots of time to network with new and old friends.
Scientists come from over 40 countries to participate in this premier science meeting of the year.
The exhibit hall at Plant Biology is where the world’s leading plant scientists will gather to meet their colleagues, learn about new products and innovations, and refine their research and purchasing plans for the year ahead.
If your organization is a supplier to the profession, an educational institution, or an association with an interest in plant science, you can’t afford not to have a prominent presence at this exhibit.
Why Exhibit at Plant Biology?
Connect with the leaders and influencers in the global Plant Biology Market.
- Network with over 1,500 plant biologists from over 40 countries.
- Primary annual conference for most attendees.
- Direct contact with individuals in the market for your products and services.
- Product Showcases to highlight new products and services that are open to attendees before and after exhibit hours.
- Expand your customer base with international contacts.
- Pre- and post-event promotions to extend your exposure.
- Learn about the latest discoveries in plant biology.
ASPB is a professional society devoted to the advancement of the plant sciences. It publishes two world-class journals and organizes conferences, and other activities that are key to the advancement of the science.
Membership in the American Society of Plant Biologists is open to anyone from any nation who is concerned with the physiology, molecular biology, environmental biology, cell biology, and biophysics of plants, and other related matters.
Don't wait to register for the Plant Biology 2016. You'll meet influential people and maximize your opportunities for success. Start now by accessing the information below.
American Society of Plant Biologists
15501 Monona Drive
Rockville, MD 20855-2768
(301) 251-0560 x110
33.92% Professor, Associate
Professor or Assistant Professor
27.56% Graduate Student
17.31% Postdoctoral Associate
6.36% Staff Scientist
American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB)
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