- New Phytologist next generation scientists was organised by a team of early career scientists, working with New Phytologist central office (more details via the link above). There was certainly an air of excitement as we made final preparations for the meeting!
- — Sarah Jose (@JoseSci)Wed, Jul 05 2017 09:56:24Anyone off to the @NewPhyt next gen. scientists symposium (#NPNextGen) soon? The line up of speakers looks great! https://www.newphytologist.org/nextgenevent/2017 …
- — Ronald Pierik (@ronaldpierik)Fri, Jul 21 2017 09:57:32Excited to have two current postdocs and a former PhD student from my lab present @Scotanist @GelderenKasper @lot_gommers at #NPNextGen https://twitter.com/newphyt/status/888331508947316737 …
- — Mike Whitfield (@mgwhitfield)Mon, Jul 24 2017 06:40:12On my way to Norwich for the #NPNextGen conference. I'll be tweeting from the @NewPhyt account! https://www.newphytologist.org/nextgenevent/2017 … 🌱
- — divykriti chopra (@div_chirrup)Mon, Jul 24 2017 08:52:05
- — Lot Gommers (@lot_gommers)Mon, Jul 24 2017 09:11:30
- — Beverley Glover (@Beverley_CUBG)Mon, Jul 24 2017 09:27:06
- Professor Silke Robatzek introduced the meeting, welcoming delegates to the John Innes Centre.
- Leeds Media Services were ready to record the talks - keep an eye on our YouTube channel for these!
- Caroline Dean started us off with the first talk of the meeting: 'Sensing and remembering winter'.
New Phytologist next generation scientists 2017
New Phytologist next generation scientists 2017 took place at the John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK, 24-26 July. The second such event, funded by the New Phytologist Trust and Wiley, was organised by early career plant scientists, for early career plant scientists. Catch up on all the tweets below!
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