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10.06.2024 - 12.06.2024 – Lucca, IT

7th Edition of the Pathophysiology School

The School, conducted in English, will provide doctoral students, post-docs, and young researchers with the opportunity to experience three days of training with prestigious speakers and to build new scientific and personal relationships in an informal yet highly stimulating environment.

Registrations are open until April 10th, 2024.

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02.07.2024 - 05.07.2024 – Clarion Congress Hotel, Prague, CZ

SEB Conference 2024

SEB’s Annual Conference is celebrated for creating the perfect composition of research, new discoveries and collaborative connections. Be creative and innovative by exchanging ideas and knowledge with masters of biology from all over the world.

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07.10.2024 - 11.10.2024 – Lincoln, Nebraska (USA)

8th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium 2024

IPPN invites you to join the world's leading conference on plant phenotyping, held in the inspiring environment of the University Nebraska-Lincoln.

Network with global experts, share research, & gain practical insights through poster sessions, lab tours, & dedicated industry opportunities.

REGISTRATION OPEN!!!!!

[UPDATE: 14.05.]  Early bird deadline extended to May 31st 

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07.10.2024 09:30 16:30 Uhr – Lincoln (NE), USA

Sixth International Workshop on Machine Learning for Cyber-Agricultural Systems (MLCAS 2024)

We are pleased to invite you to the Sixth International Workshop on Machine Learning for Cyber-Agricultural Systems (MLCAS 2024, https://2024.mlcas.site/) that will be co-located with 8th International Plant Phenotyping Symposium (IPPS8, https://www.plant-phenotyping.org/ipps8) at the Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln, Nebraska on Monday October 7, 2024. The workshop will feature invited talks, oral/poster presentations of contributed papers, and an Ag-ML competition.

 

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EPPN2020 has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731013