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BotrySclero2021

A webinar specifically dedicated to PhD students and postdocs to be held on June 8-11, 2021 online. The whole Botrytis-Sclerotinia community is invited to this online event. We plan to organize the “real” BotrySclero Symposium in summer 2022.

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Welcome to BotrySclero2021 webinar

Dear all,

The organizing and scientific committees of the first joint Botrytis-Sclerotinia Symposium are pleased to announce a webinar specifically dedicated to PhD students and postdocs to be held on June 8-11, 2021 online. The whole Botrytis-Sclerotinia community is invited to this online event. We plan to organize the “real” BotrySclero Symposium in summer 2022.

We are aware that junior scientists do not have many possibilities to present their work, especially during the actual corona pandemics. Therefore, they are invited to present their work in 10-minute talks at the online meeting. Abstracts can be submitted until March 15, 2021 on the conference web-site

The conference will take place from 8-11 June, 2021 at 2-5 p.m (CEST). Registration is free but mandatory for all participants until 31 May.

Marc Bardin & Sabine Fillinger
on behalf of the organizing & scientific committees

https://colloque.inrae.fr/botrytis-sclerotinia-2021/
botrysclero2020@inrae.fr
#BotrySclero2021