Abstract Submission is OPEN!
Botanical Microscopy Meeting
Exeter University, UK
20-23 April 2015
Scientific Organisers: Imogen Sparkes, Chris Hawes, Tijs Ketelaar, Mike Deeks
You can now submit an abstract to the Botanical Microscopy Meeting! Please see below details of how to submit your abstract.
Abstracts should be submitted as a Word document NOT a PDF.
Abstracts should be 300-500 words in length.
Ensure you include a full title, all authors and affiliations, Keywords and references if appropriate.
Please state clearly whether you would prefer an Oral or Poster Presentation. Note: The final decision on presentation type lies with Scientific Organisers.
You may include images or diagrams where appropriate. They will be reproduced in the meeting booklet in colour.
Abstracts should be emailed as an attachment to Victoria Masters at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presenting authors are required to register, pay and attend the meeting. Should you not be able to attend, or if you wish for someone else to present your work, please contact Victoria Masters as soon as possible.
Abstract submission deadline is Friday 27th February 2015 at 15.00 GMT.
Once the deadline date has passed abstracts will be sent to the organisers for consideration and you will be notified of the outcome of your submission in the week beginning Monday 16th March 2015 and sent further instructions.
Further information on the Botanicals Meeting
The latest in a long running series of RMS sponsored meetings dating back to the 1960s and the heyday of electron microscopy. Recently the meetings have been re-branded to encompass all aspects of bioimaging relating to modern plant cell biology. As at previous meetings, the programme will be constructed from key note talks by top class plant scientists and selected talks from submitted abstracts. This is an excellent opportunity to present your research and find out latest developments in the field.
Accommodation at Exeter University is also available to delegates.
This meeting boasts:
� World class invited speakers
� An exciting opportunity to present your work as either an oral or poster presentation
� An exhibition of the key manufacturing and related companies in your field
� An unmissable networking opportunity
� A chance to have your work published in the Journal of Microscopy
We are pleased to announce the confirmed list of speakers for this meeting!
Dr David Ehrhardt (Carnegie Institution for Science)
Professor Gohta Goshima (Nagoya University)
Professor Dr Francine Govers (Wageningen University)
Professor Dr Ursula Luetz-Meindl (University of Salzburg)
Dr Jaideep Mathur, (University of Guelph)
Professor Alexis Maizel (University of Heidelberg)
Dr Hannah Kuhn (TSL) (in place of Dr Silke Robatzek)
Dr Daniel Van Damme (Ghent University)
Special Invited Guest Dinner Lecture – Professor Rob Kesseler, ‘Convergent Territories – new opportunities in Art & Science’.
Registration will open soon.
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If you have any questions relating to this meeting, please contact me. Further information can be found at www.rms.org.uk/botanical2015.
I look forward to meeting you in Exeter!
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