2nd AGRI-net International Conference on Plant Chemical Biology: Jealott’s Hill International Research Centre
Conference - Berkshire, United Kingdom
This conference follows on from the success of the first AGRI-net International Plant Chemical Biology Conference that took place in April last year, at Syngenta’s International Research Centre.
The meeting aims to stimulate development and facilitate translation of tools and technologies to key end-users within the Agri-sciences. In particular, it hopes to foster collaborations between the Chemical Biology and Agri-science research communities drawn from academia, and industry in partnership with policymakers to develop high-impact multidisciplinary research targeted at one of the world’s grand challenges, Crop Sustainability. Chemical Biology through physical science innovation (in e.g. chemistry, physics, mathematics, engineering) is able to tackle biological problems on a molecular level and in so doing will lead to the development of novel technologies that will address future Agri-science needs. This one day conference brings together members from these different research communities to celebrate the current status of plant chemical biology achievements as well as showcasing current individual research strands and thus represents the spirit of AGRI-net as a forum for multidisciplinary interaction and engagement.
(Courtesy of Syngenta’s International Research Centre, via en.wikipedia.org)
More information and online registration at http://www.agri-net.net/events
Fri, May 17, 2013 - Fri, May 17, 2013
Syngenta’s International Research Centre
Jealott’s Hill, Bracknell, Berkshire RG42 6EY, United Kingdom
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