Tri-National Arabidopsis meeting 2019

Thursday, 08 November 2018

Tri-National Arabidopsis meeting 2019

The 11th Tri-National Arabidopsis meeting will take place in Zurich in April 2019

We are pleased to invite your participation in the 11th Tri-National Arabidopsis Meeting (TNAM 2019), which will be held from 10-12 April 2019 in Zurich https://www.tnam2019.ethz.ch/. TNAM 2019 is jointly organized by ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich and the Zurich-Basel Plant Science Center.

Registrations and abstract submission are now open.

We invite you to register before December 31, 2018 to benefit from the early bird registration fee. After December 31, 2018 until the registration the deadline on March 1, 2019, the regular registration fee applies. For TNAM 2019, you have the opportunity to present a poster. Abstracts for posters can be submitted until January 15, 2019. The Organising committee will invite selected poster abstracts for short oral presentations.

For the last 20 years, TNAM has established itself as a premier plant science meeting in Europe that attracts many participants and also much international attention. In addition to two keynote lectures presented by Tetsuya Higashiyama and Wolf Frommer, TNAM 2019 features an exciting scientific program highlighting frontier plant research from Arabidopsis to crops, including technology development. With more than 26 invited speakers and 250 expected participants, combined with the strong plant research community in Europe and in Switzerland, TNAM 2019 again presents an exciting opportunity to engage in discussions on frontier research.

Additional information about the event are available in the attached poster and on our website:https://www.tnam2019.ethz.ch/

For any additional question, please send us an email:TNAM2019zh@ethz.ch

We look forward to welcoming you in April 2019 in Zurich.

The Organising Committee:

Manuela Dahinden, Stefan Grob, Wilhelm Gruissem, Kinga Rutowicz, Clara Sanchez-Rodriguez, Diana Santelia, Kentaro Shimizu, Sara Simonini, Olivier Voinnet.

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