• Thursday 13th June 2019 8th AGRI-net International Plant Chemical Biology Conference

    8th AGRI-net International Plant Chemical Biology Conference 

     

    Thursday 13th June 2018

     

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

     

     Synopsis

     

    Confirmed speakers

    • Douglas Kell - University of Liverpool
    • Oscar Ces - Imperial College London
    • Syma Khalid - University of Southampton
    • Rob Law - Imperial College London
    • Maddalena Bronzato – Syngenta
       

    Call for abstracts

    Abstracts for talks and posters are invited for presentation throughout the meeting. Please submit your abstract upon registration, by 23rd May 2019

     

    Registration

    The event is FREE but spaces are limited and registration is required. Please register online by 23rd May 2019

    At https://forms.gle/eVaC7rVkZ9uDqrcR7

    Free lunch and refreshments will be provided on the day.

     

    Venue

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

     

    Organising Committee

    • Christopher M. Baker - Head of Physical Chemistry, Syngenta
    • Andrew Crossthwaite - Group Leader Head, Insecticide Bioscience
    • Rudiger Woscholski - Co-director of Agri-net, Reader in Chemical Biology, Imperial College London

     Flyer  

    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

     

    Further Information

    For any queries or further information about the event, please contact agri-admin@imperial.ac.uk

     

     

     

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