• Monday 6th November 2017 6th International Plant Chemical Biology Conference

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    SYNOPSIS

    The 6th AGRI-net International Plant Chemical Biology conference aims to stimulate collaborations between the chemical biology and agri-science research communities drawn from academia and industry. This one-day meeting provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and approaches to tackle challenges in sustaining and protecting food and fibre production and will cover a wide spectrum of research, with poster contributions from both the chemical biology and agri-sciences communities.

     

    Location

    Syngenta Jealott’s Hill International Research Station, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 6EX 

     

    PROGRAMME

     

    09:30 - 09:45   Registration and coffee

    09:45 - 10:00   Welcome, general introductions and house-keeping announcements

     

    Session I – Chair: ANDY CORRAN (Syngenta)

    10:00 - 10:40   DAVID COOKE, James Hutton Institute, UK

    Limiting resistance risk via knowledge of potato late

    blight pathogen populations

    10:40 - 11:20   FIRAT GUDER, Imperial College London, UK

    Low-cost sensing with paper-based devices

     

    11:20 - 11:40   Coffee and Poster Session

     

    Session II – Chair: VLADIMIR NEKRASOV (Rothamsted Research Institute)

    11:40 - 12:00   KEVIN CAROLAN, Rothamsted Research Institute, UK

    Extending the durability of disease control mechanisms

    12:00 - 12:20   ELIZABETH NOBLE, Imperial College London, UK

    Label-free mapping of the effect of agrochemical distribution in plants

    using chlorfluorescence lifetime

    12:20 - 12:40   MOHAMMAD ASADUZZAMAN MIAH, Patuakhali

    Science & Technology University, Bangladesh

    An over-expressed cytochrome CYP439A1v3 confers deltamethrin

    resistance in Small Brown Planthopper

     

    12:40 - 13:40   Lunch and Poster Session

     

    Session III – Chair: RICHARD DALE (Syngenta)

    13:40 - 14:20   OLIVER WINDRAM, Imperial College London, UK

    Using machine learning to identify complex stress in plants

    14:20 - 15:00   VLADIMIR NEKRASOV, Rothamsted Research

    Institute, UK

    Genome editing: a revolutionary tool for basic and applied plant science

    15:00 - 15:40   GERALD LARROUY-MAUMUS, Imperial College

    London, UK

    Intact cell lipidomic fingerprint using MALDI Mass Spectrometry

    15:40 - 16:20   DAVID BROCKLEHURST, CHRIS CHAMBERS and

    JOHN SINCLAIR, Syngenta, UK

    Chemical proteomics for agrochemical target deconvolution – the

    Syngenta experience  

     

    16:20   Closing remarks

    16:30 Meeting close (Includes optional Syngenta tour)

     

     

    FURTHER INFORMATION

    If you have any further queries about the event, do feel free to contact Rita Figueira, Laura Barter, Rudiger Woscholski or Andrew Crossthwaite at rita.figueira07@imperial.ac.ukl.barter@imperial.ac.uk, r.woscholski@imperial.ac.uk or andrew.crossthwaite@syngenta.com

     

    Click here to download the flyer 

     

    GETTING THERE
    Directions on how to get to the conference venue can be found here

     

    NEARBY ACCOMMODATION
    5 minutes’ drive from site: Stirrups

    10 minutes’ drive from site (Bracknell) Travelodge and Premier Inn

     

     

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