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Plantae Webinar: Impact of COVID Pandemic on Graduate Students’ Mental Health

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When: Monday, November 1, 2021 10 AM PDT (UTC-7) | 12 PM CDT (UTC-5) | 1 PM EDT (UTC-4) Register Now  About This Webinar This webinar, which is being organized by the ASPB Early Career Plant Scientists Section Subcommittee on Equity Diversity and Inclusion, will facilitate a discussion on the…

Plantae Webinar Highlighting Plant Physiology Focus Issue “Sensors and Controllers: For and From Plants”

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Plantae Webinar Highlighting Plant Physiology Focus Issue “Sensors and Controllers: For and From Plants” Recorded Wednesday, October 20, 2021 A characteristic of plant life is the ability to rapidly acclimate tissue function and to change body plans in response to changing conditions. Their…

Plantae Presents: Julia Bailey-Serres and Rashmi Sasidharan

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Plantae Presents: Julia Bailey-Serres and Rashmi Sasidharan “Life in the wet zone: how plants and two moms survive inundation" Recorded April 28  – 10am EDT, 3pm GMT, 4pm CET Julia Bailey-Serres Julia Bailey-Serres is a distinguished professor of genetics and the MacArthur Foundation…

Plantae Presents: Jim Birchler, Evan Forsythe, and Tom Jacobs

Plantae Presents: Jim Birchler, Evan Forsythe, and Tom Jacobs Special Event: The Plant Cell Focus Issue on the Biology of Plant Genomes Recorded Wednesday, April 21st Advances in genome sequencing have yielded insights into aspects of plant biology; elucidating the course of evolutionary…

Plantae Presents: Sophia Stone and Sjon Hartman

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  Plantae Presents: Sophia Stone and Sjon Hartman Recorded April 14  Sophia Stone: The ubiquitin-proteasome system at the crossroads of abiotic and biotic stress tolerance Sophia Stone earned her PhD at York University, Canada, and completed an HFSP long-term fellowship at the University…

Plantae Webinar: Launch and advance a career in science without a PhD

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Plantae Webinar: Launch and advance a career in science without a PhD  Recorded Thursday, April 22nd About This Webinar Many of our career conversations focus on what’s next after a plant science PhD, but there are other ways to be extremely successful in this field without a doctorate. In…

What I Wish I had Known When I Started Grad School 

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Plantae Webinar: What I Wish I had Known When I Started Grad School  When: Tuesday, April 13th at 2 PM EDT 11 AM PDT (UTC-7)  | 1 PM CDT (UTC-5) | 2 PM EDT (UTC-4)  About This Webinar This semester, many graduate students are embarking on a new unprecedented journey. The ASPB Early Career…

Plantae Presents: Ksenia Krasileva, Christine Diepenbrock, and Rory Craig

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Plantae Presents: Ksenia Krasileva, Christine Diepenbrock, and Rory Craig Special Event: The Plant Cell Focus Issue on the Biology of Plant Genomes Recorded Wed April 7th – 4 pm EDT, 1 pm PDT 9 pm BST, Thurs April 8th 8 am NZT Advances in genome sequencing have yielded insights…

Lessons from Plants: A Conversation with Beronda Montgomery

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A conversation with Beronda Montgomery Recorded April 6, 2021 Beronda Montgomery is a Foundation Professor at Michigan State University in the departments of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Microbiology & Molecular Genetics. The Montgomery Lab pursues a common research theme of…