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Registration form for
12th Annual Symposium in Plant Biology - Saturday, October 11, 2014

Evolution of Plant Form and Function: Insights from the Integration of Development, Ecology and Genetics


 

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REGISTRATION

Please register by Friday, October 3 for the symposium and the poster session, if you are presenting your work. The symposium is free and includes lunch, breaks and an informal reception with the speakers during the final poster session.

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The talks and registration will be in the Integrated Sciences Building (ISB) at UMass Amherst. The poster sessions, lunch and reception will be on the 10th floor of the Campus Center.

Directions: Follow this link for general directions to the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus

Parking: Paid parking is available at the Campus Center Hotel or you may park free on campus on weekends in any non-24 hour lot or in any space that is not marked as a special reserved space. For more information and a map of campus parking lots, go to the visitor parking web page. The event will end at the Campus Center so you may also park in lots convenient to that location.

Accommodations: Newly renovated rooms at the Campus Center Hotel may be available. For an additional listing of area accommodations, click here.

If you have questions or need additional information please contact us by email: pb@bio.umass.edu



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