- April 21-23, 2015, Laboratory of Fibre and Cellulose Technology, EPNOE course “Cellulose Technology”, Åbo Akademi, Finland.
3-day intensive EPNOE and PaPSat course – Cellulose Technology
- May 1, 2015: University of Victoria Forest Biology Symposium, University of Victoria
The UVic Forest Biology Symposium will be held in conjunction with the Western Regional Meeting of the Canadian Society for Plant Biologists (CSPB). Dr. Janice Cooke from the University of Alberta will be the Symposium speaker. Contributed talks will be chosen from submitted abstracts and there will be a poster session. As in previous years, there will be no registration fee for this meeting. Details to follow.
- June 8-12, 2015: IUFRO Tree Biotechnology 2015 Conference, Florence, Italy
The IUFRO Tree Biotechnology Conference is held every two years and is the official meeting of the IUFRO Working Group. The year 2015 is the 30th anniversary. Topic for 2015 – Forests: the importance to the planet and society”
- July 5-9, 2015: 26th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR), Paris, France
ICAR is the largest annual international conference focusing on cutting-edge plant research. This conference will highlight not only recent advances in Arabidopsis research, but also translational research emphasizing the importance and usefulness of Arabidopsis as a biological model and its impact on other systems. The conference is held under the auspices of the French Society of Plant Biology (SFBV) with the operational and executive assistance of the Saclay Plant Sciences Laboratory network of Excellence (SPS LabEx).
- July 2015: Gordon Research Conference & Seminars
- July 11-12, 2015: Gordon Research Seminar, Plant Cell Walls (GRS) Plant Cell Wall Research: From Structure to Sustainability, Bentley University, Waltham, MA. This seminar is being co-organized by the UBC Working on Walls group as their 3rd symposium – WoW-Gordon Research Seminar.
July 12-17, 2015: Gordon Research Conference – Plant Cell Walls – From Genomes to Function, Bentley University, Waltham, MA
- July 19-24, 2015: Gordon Research Conference – Plant Metabolic Engineering – Harnessing Plant Metabolism for the Bio-Based Economy, Waterville Valley, New Hampshire
- July 26-30, 2015: American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) Plant Biology 2015, Minneapolis, Minnesota
- July 25-29, 2015: Canadian Society of Plant Biologists (CSPB/SCBV), Edmonton, Alberta
The 2015 annual meeting will be held in conjunction with the Botanical Society of America Conference in Edmonton.
- Oct. 26-29, 2014: Lignobiotech III Symposium, Biotechnology Center of the University of Concepción, Chile
The third conference of ‘Lignobiotech’ will examine the biotechnology and related sciences of lignocellulosic biomass for pulp, fuels, chemicals and materials, including fundamental, applications, economy and environmental issues.
- Aug 24-28, 2014: Lignin 2014, Umeå Plant Science Center, Umeå, Sweden
The Lignin 2014 conference aims to strengthen our knowledge on the various aspects of lignin biosynthesis and utilization, from the basic cell biology, molecular biology to pre-treatment of plant biomass and utilization of lignin.
- July 28–Aug 8, 2014: 25th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
The 25th convening of the International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, the annual main meeting on general topics specific to Arabidopsis. The primary goals for this meeting are to encourage communication and discussion of ideas at the frontiers of Arabidopsis research while simultaneously integrating relevant non-Arabidopsis plant biology topics. In recognition of the significance of this meeting being the 25th Conference, several presenters will address these four points within their research presentation: (1) How Arabidopsis research has impacted their field; (2) The history of how that happened; (3) How continued focus on a deeply developed model will contribute to answering remaining key problems in biology; and (4) how that will impact food security and crop production in a changing climate. This year’s program emphasizes early-career researchers within the conference’s 157 scheduled presentations, and the organizers are developing new workshops for early-career researchers and under-represented minority scientists.
- July 27–31, 2014: 5th International Conference on Plant Cell Wall Biology (PCWB2014), Palm Cove (formerly Novotel Palm Cove) Queensland, Australia
The four day program will showcase the latest plant cell wall science in over 60 talks supplemented with poster sessions.
- July 20-23, 2014: 6th International Poplar Symposium IUFRO (IPS VI), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Domestication of Populus and Salix: How far have we come, and how far do we still have to go?