23rd Biennial Australasian Plant Pathology Society Online Conference
“Stay Connected for Plant Health”
23 – 26 November 2021
ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION
The Society supports education in science through the advancing plant pathology fund as well as student and ECR bursary schemes, the Australia-Japan student exchange program, biennial conferences and several publications.
Please note, abstract submission is closing on the 12th of May
Invitation to the POPIA Public Consultation Forum – Progress on the POPIA Code of Conduct for Research.
The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) cordially invites you to the POPIA Public Consultation Forum – Progress on the POPIA Code of Conduct for Research.
For more information contact Mmaphuthi on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Academy of Science of South Africa is facilitating the process to develop a Code of Conduct for Research under the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA), having hosted two stakeholder events that were attended by scientists and researchers from diverse disciplinary backgrounds. We have set up a Steering Committee to oversee the process of developing a Code of Conduct for research, as well as a Drafting Committee who are drafting the document.
At this virtual consultation forum, presentations will be offered on the process of developing a Code of Conduct, as well as on thematic areas of interest, including consent, genomics research, information matching programmes and the use of social media data in research. Stakeholders will be given an opportunity to share insights and provide comment on the development of the Code of Conduct.
CGIAR International Year of Plant Health Webinar Series
CGIAR’s IYPH 2020 events comprise a series of four webinars of global scope targeting scientists and researchers working in relevant fields. Each webinar will take an in-depth look at a different aspect of the crop supply chain, identifying areas for further research and opportunities to take current scientific innovations to scale, with the aim of boosting the long-term health of plants and the environment in low- and middle-income countries.
Lunch & Learn
FREE WEBINARS WITH SPECIALISTS IN THE SEED INDUSTRY
Every 3rd Thursday of a month from 13h00- 14h00
Grab your lunch and listen to seed industry specialists telling you more about the life of a seed
18 March – Plant Breeding
15 April – Seed Production
20 May – Seed Certification
17 June – Plant Pathology
15 July – Quality Assurance (Testing)
19 August – Seed Applied Technology
16 September – Marketing & Sales
21 October – Laws Governing the Seed Industry
Please note: We will publish the registration details for each of the sessions as soon as it is available.
Open Plant Pathology is an initiative that supports and promotes the spread of all open, transparent and reproducible practices in the field of plant pathology. We advocate for an open science culture and our teams work to enhance this culture by 1) Offering Workshops in-person or via webinars, 2) Organizing Virtual Seminars for enhancing scientific exchanges, 3) Developing open sources tools and 4) Supporting Editorial Boards of journals to enhance reproducibility.
Coordinated by Dr. Benjamin Schwessinger, the Virtual Seminars (aka science webinars) are a venue for delivering scientific talks of general interest to a plant pathology audience. Anyone is welcome to contribute a seminar. If you are interested, please answer a few questions for approval.
The seminars are pre-approved and disseminated widely via Twitter.
It is live broadcast via Zoom at a date & time of the speaker’s convenience.
The speaker is available to answer questions from the audience after the seminar (e.g. up to 1 hour) either within the Zoom chat and/or on the OPP Slack channel for webinars.
The live event will be recorded and uploaded to our YouTube channel.
The video file and all associated materials (slides, chat texts, codes, etc.) will be made freely accessible under the CC BY license through OSF with a DOI provided for each the materials presented.
OPP Virtual Seminar: Dr. Susann Auer
1 April 2020
Seminar presented by Dr. Susann Auer (Technische Universität Dresden) entitled “Molecular response of clubroot infected plants to the endophytic fungus Acremonium alternatum”