The 28th Europe-wide seminar of the series supported by the European Plant Science Organisation (EPSO) and aimed at the Plant Science community and its stakeholders. TTT: The seminar will be held online each third Thursday of the month at three (CET). On 14th December 2023 at 15:00 (CET) we will present three talks exploring “The […]

The EPSO Working Group on Nutritional Security finalised its programme for its fourth workshop taking place online on the 4th December 2023. The food nutritional security goal foresees to ensure sufficient, safe, highly nutritious food, sustain local communities and foster correct lifestyles and healthy ageing for all. The current climate change and other stress factors, […]

EPSO is pleased to announce the publication of its 58th newsletter. The shorter public version of the Newsletter is available here. EPSO members can log in and read the full version available in the Members’ Only section. The next edition of the EPSO newsletter will be published in spring 2024. Please send us your articles by […]

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Our latest paper is finally out 🙌. We have characterized the gene regulatory network controlled by BRC1, a master regulator of bud dormancy. A great collaboration of our group with R. Immink’s lab, @fran_rom_cam, @PedrodelosReyes, @eggrandio. @CNB_CSIC

📌28th EPSO seminar for European Plant Scientists: 14 Dec. at 15.00 CET discussing The Cutting Edge of Cell Imaging in Plants with R. Jungmann, M. Neumann & N. Gierlinger. EPSO members register, suggest themes & speakers for 2024 seminars🎯

📌EPSO's 4th Workshop of the Nutritional Security Working Group takes place online next Monday 4 December🌟
📨Register by this Friday 1 December
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📌Just published, our Autumn Newsletter is packed full of interesting plant science stories, latest news, jobs and events. Take a look👇

#PR_INRAE How can plants grow despite the strong wall which surrounds their cells?🧐Scientists have unlocked part of their secret for building a strong and extensible wall! Find out more about their findings in @ScienceMagazine

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