26 April - 30 April 2021

MonoGram 2021 Network Meeting

Contact: MonoGram 2021 Team

Use ‘Email Now’ below to contact the team if you have any queries about the meeting

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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, our 2021 conference will be a virtual experience. While we miss the traditional opportunities to meet with our colleagues face to face, we look forward to connecting with you virtually.

Join us every day from Monday 26 – Friday 30 April 2021 from 9.30am – 12.30pm for an exciting programme of talks, workshops and networking and on Thursday 29th April at 7:00pm for an inspiring "A life Scientific" talk by Sir Geoff Palmer.

To register your attendance, please click here.

View our Conference Programme here.

Invited Speakers:

Sir Geoff Palmer
Sir Geoff Palmer
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Dr Martin Mascher
Dr Martin Mascher
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Prof Dr Anne-Katrin Mahlein
Prof Dr Anne-Katrin
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Manny Delhaize
Manny Delhaize
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Prof Julie Gray
Prof Julie Gray
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Dr. Tomislav Cernav
Dr Tomislav Cernava
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Kay Trafford
Kay Trafford
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Dr. Mónica Pradillo
Dr. Mónica Pradillo
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Dr Philipps Borrill
Dr Philippa Borrill
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Anthony Hall
Prof Anthony Hall
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Abstract Submissions / Awards

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Abstract submission for MonoGram 2021 has now closed.

AWARDS

Applications for the PhD student and Postdoc (MECEA) awards – have now closed.

Thanks to all submitters and authors for their contributions.

Contact Us

For conference enquiries please email monogram21@hutton.ac.uk 

Get Social

Follow MonoGram 2021 on Twitter, and join the online conversation using our official event hashtag #monogram21

Engage with the MonoGram online community during the conference in the following ways:

  • Share your key takeaways using #monogram21
  • Search for #monogram21 on Twitter and engage with other attendees
  • Network in the Lounge area – invite participants to join you for a discussion at one of the available tables
  • Visit the poster booths in the Arena and speak to the presenters about their work

 

Explore our Destination - Dundee, Angus, Fife & Perthshire

We would have loved to have met you in person at our event, but for now, we have put together a collection of virtual visitor experiences of our beautiful corner of Scotland and hope to welcome you one day soon.

Explore our destination here

Local Organising Committee

  -  Kelly Houston, James Hutton Institute
  -  Malcolm Macaulay, James Hutton Institute
  -  Chiara Compoli, University of Dundee

With support from:
  -  Tracy Duncan, Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau

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