[Taxacom] LINK fixed - 64th MBG Fall Symposium - Registration OPEN

Monica Carlsen-Krause monica.carlsen at mobot.org
Wed Sep 13 11:43:19 CDT 2017


Apologies for the broken web link, please try this one instead:

<http://www.mobot.org/symposium>  

And find attached the Symposium program (pdf).

Best regards,
Monica.

Monica M. Carlsen, Ph.D.
Assistant Scientist – Education Coordinator | Science and Conservation Division
Missouri Botanical Garden | P.O. Box 299 | St. Louis MO 63166, USA | P – 314-577-0853


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Hi everyone,

The Missouri Botanical Garden will host its 64th Annual Fall Symposium on October 13-14, 2017, entitled "Next Generation Biology: from Species to Ecosystems."

This year's Symposium brings together a distinguished group of speakers who each have found creative ways to analyze the newly emerging masses of "big data" to address particularly complex problems. Their diverse studies are leading to transformative new insights in our understanding of plant biology and the living world. Our speakers will highlight current approaches that use big data, be they molecular, phenotypic, demographic, geographic, or climatological, to elucidate how genomes are structured, evolve, and direct the development of plant form and function; how plants interact with the vast and scarcely known microbiome that permeates the living world; and how biological communities assemble, interact, and change through time, especially now in response to accelerating climate change. The program promises to be of interest to students and researchers in phylogeny and evolution, morphology, development, community ecology, and phytogeography.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! For more information about the symposium, speakers, registration, local accommodations and travel awards for students, please follow this link:
www.mobot.org/symposium<http://www.mobot.org/symposium>

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me (monica.carlsen at mobot.org<mailto:monica.carlsen at mobot.org>) or Peter Hoch (peter.hoch at mobot.org<mailto:peter.hoch at mobot.org>), and apologies for cross-posting.

Best regards,
Monica.

Monica M. Carlsen, Ph.D.
Assistant Scientist - Education Coordinator | Science and Conservation Division Missouri Botanical Garden | P.O. Box 299 | St. Louis MO 63166, USA | P - 314-577-0853

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