The previous six very successful events in this annual series have included a wide range of disciplines such as agronomy, crop and plant physiology, environmental sciences, molecular biology, plant nutrition, soil science, crop protection, analytical chemistry, biofuels and biomaterials.
This event is for early career scientists researching in biological, chemical, environmental and other relevant sciences who would like to present their work, and all those interested in learning about progress and meeting new talent in agrisciences.
- Experience presenting to a multidisciplinary audience
- Raise your profile, build networks, find ideas and inspiration
- Hone your career skills
Day 1 - 11th July 2017
- Registration and posters
- Crops and robbers (and beneficial fungi); Characterisation of the volatile signalling from the beneficial soil fungus trichoderma hamatum Gareth Thomas, Rothamsted Research, University of Warwick
- Establishing the link between plant stress signaling and activatable endogenous pararetroviruses Ajith Rathnayake Mudiyanselage, NRI, University of Greenwich
- Mapping and characterizing epigenetic loci that control heritable disease resistance in Arabidopsis Furci L. Jain, University of Sheffield
- Refreshments and posters
- Temperature but not the circadian clock determines nocturnal carbohydrate availability for growth in cereals Lukas Mueller, University of Cambridge
- Non-host resistance (NHR) to the wheat powdery mildew pathogen, Blumeria graminis tritici (Bgt) Mathilde Daniau, Wageningen University
- Flash presentations
- Lunch and posters
- Mini-Workshop: Networking for Careers and Ideas
- Cryptic species within cryptic species: previously unrecognised species diversity within the whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, species complex Sona Vyskocilova, University of Greenwich
- Elucidating the biosynthesis of the aphid sex pheromone Suzanne Partridge; Rothamsted Research
- Structural basis for the 3-hydroxypropionate cycle of Chloroflexus aurantiacus Burak Kabasakal, Imperial College
- Refreshments and posters
- New opportunities to investigate insecticide and acaricide ion channel targets through their differential interactions with novel chemical agonists Sofia Iqbal, Rothamsted Research
- Resistance to metrafenone of Erysiphe necator and insights into its mode of action Andrea Kunova, University of Milan
- Effect of different nitrogen levels on protein polymerization and solvent retention capacity of wheat flour Abrah Hussain, Rothamsted Research
- Investigation into the structural features of biochar as a cause for change in available water capacity of a sandy soil Hannah Scott, University of Greenwich
- Wine reception and prizes
- Meeting close
Venue and Contact
Early Bird Fees before Friday 12 May:
GB£30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCI Members
GB£45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Non-Members
Standard Fees after Friday 12 May:
GB£35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SCI Members
GB£55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Non-Members
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Dr Stephen Young, Vice-President of Business Development, Sygnature Discovery
Poster submissions welcome before Tuesday 11 July 2017
Prizes will be awarded, focusing on quality of science and clarity of communication.
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