If you are a SEB student or early career research member, you might be eligible to apply for up to £500 to cover the costs of travel associated with taking part in this workshop.
The deadline for the second round of applications has been extended to 31 July!
Visit the Company of Biologist Travel Grant Centenary Year to check the full details and how to apply.
The Plant Environmental Physiology Group (PEPG)’s Field Techniques Workshop will take place from Sunday, 10th September to Friday, 15th September 2023, in Naturasolta - Quinta de São Pedro, Portugal, just 15 minutes from Lisbon.
Plant biologists will come together for a series of practical workshops, alongside presenting their work in the form of a poster (with selected abstracts being given the opportunity to present a flash talk alongside their poster).
The workshop includes hands-on practical sessions every morning, featuring both an academic researcher and a manufacturer representative. Each afternoon features lectures to offer a deep perspective on the theory underpinning the practical sessions that the participants are receiving.
The organisers would like to encourage students, early career researchers (PhD and Postdoctoral) and well-practiced biologists in the field of environmental physiology and experimental botany to attend. Attendees will also include 14 established scientists as well as representatives from 10 scientific manufacturers.
Dr Steven Driever (Wageningen, NL)
Dr Richard Webster (LJMU, UK)
Dr Wanne Kromdijk (Cambridge, UK)
Dr Amanda Cavanagh (Essex UK)