Who can become an institutional/university member?

Institutional membership is available to European universities, research institutions and departments in the field of plant science, and since 2008 also to selected plant science institutions worldwide.

Representatives, Supporting Scientists and Experts of the institutional members actively participate in EPSO’s science policy and science work at the European and national levels. They are key to forging EPSO’s position on future European plant research policy and recommendations to important decision makers, for example in the development of future Research and Innovation programmes.

Only EPSO institutional members can start and join EPSO Working Groups and initiate respective WG meeting and workshops.


What are the benefits of an institutional membership?

EPSO’s main activities for institutional members are the science policy, science support, information tailored to plant scientist on the Members Only dashboard, the ESPO Newsletter and EPSO meetings.

People working at a member institute/university can register as a personal member to EPSO without paying the personal membership fee.


How to proceed:

Please, complete the form linked here as much information as you have already and submit to us so that we can contact you and start with the admission.
You may add any question you have in your comments.

To find out more about how to become EPSO member, please contact us.