Access to Digital Sequence Information must remain open; calling upon the convention of parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), national and EU decision makers to maintain Open Access to Digital Sequence Information as part of the ‘Open Science’ principle and therefore NOT to include this in the Nagoya Protocol as this would substantially decrease the analysis and improvement of germplasm including that of plants from Developing Countries.
- Register for the 28th EPSO Plant Science Seminar – the 14th December 2023 seminar will focus on the “The Cutting Edge of Cell Imaging in Plants” 29/11/2023
- EPSO 4th Workshop ‘Addressing the Nutritional Security goal in the context of climate change’ online on 4th December 2023 – registration deadline 1.12.2023 27/11/2023
- EPSO Newsletter Autumn 2023 issue – featuring EPSO’s response to EC’s NGT plants proposal, General Meeting in Düsseldorf, EPSO Young Plant Scientist award 2024, Working Groups, members’ news, jobs, events & more! 23/11/2023