24 May - 26 May 2022

3rd Plant Microbiome Symposium 2022

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Contact: Conference Team

Use ‘Email Now’ below to contact the team if you have any queries about the meeting. For any queries about your visit to Dundee email debbie.ree@conventiondundeeandangus.co.uk

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The Plant Microbiome Symposium welcomes academics, professionals and stakeholders to Dundee (UK), to discuss recent scientific achievements in the field and lay the foundations for future collaborative efforts. This meeting builds on the success of the previous symposia to discuss advances in microbial ecology, plant-microbe interactions, molecular biology, chemistry and bioinformatics. It will be run over six sessions, with keynote and offered presentations covering research topics including plant microbiome assembly and microbiome communication, microbiome-associated plant phenotypes, technological advances and translational application.

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Why Meet and Who Can Attend

The meeting will be relatively small with a maximum of around 150 participants, allowing ample time for in-depth discussions and networking. Alongside leading speakers, we encourage participation of students and early career researchers who will drive the scientific advances in this sector.

Who can attend: 

  -  Academics
  -  Professionals
  -  Students and Early Career Researchers
  -  Stakeholders in industry and policy

Speakers and Conference Programme - Coming Soon

Organising and Scientific Committee

  -  Tim Mauchline, Rothamsted Research Institute, United Kingdom
  -  Nicola Holden, Scotland’s Rural College, United Kingdom
  -  Jacob Malone, John Innes Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom
  -  Jos Raaijmakers, NIOO-KNAW, the Netherlands
  -  Rodrigo Mendes, Embrapa Environment, Brazil

Supported by Debbie Ree, Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau

Our Duty of Care - Coming Soon

Our Duty of Care document contains resources and key information about what we are doing to keep the in-person side of the event as safe as possible.

 

Venues

Conference Venue - Bonar Hall
The venue is situated on Campus Grounds.  Originally conceived as part of an ambitious plan to create a combined theatre and arts centre for the city, funding shortages meant that Bonar Hall was built separately as an exhibition and events centre for the University, designed by Gillespie Kidd & Coia and named after Sir Herbert Bonar. It opened in 1977, with the separate building for Dundee Rep Theatre eventually built adjacent to it in 1979-82.    

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Official Accommodation Partner for 3rd Plant Microbiome Symposium

DACBRES is the official accommodation booking site for delegates attending the 3rd Plant Microbiome Symposium

Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau is working with the organising committee to manage accommodation for this event.

An allocation at guaranteed rates and terms has been secured with a variety of providers close to the conference and social venues.

Booking link coming soon!

We look forward to welcoming you to Dundee! 

Guidance on Travelling Safely and your Travel Made Easy Guide

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Get active out and about in Dundee city.  A compact city bursting with places of interest, history, and things to see, it is so easy to get around.

Dundee’s active travel routes in and around the city have been developed over the last few years with a key objective to encourage active travel through walking, cycling and public transport, and deploy sustainable alternatives to decarbonise transport.  Read more on Dundee.com Active Travel website.

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