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7 th Plant Nitric Oxide International Meeting

7th Plant Nitric Oxide International Meeting

24-26 October 2018 Nice, France

Key dates

  • 15 January 2018: 2nd Call to attend the PNO 2018 meeting
  • 16 February 2018: Opening of registration and submission of abstracts
  • 23 May 2018: Deadline for registration and abstract submission
  • 30 June 2018: Notification to Authors
  • 24-26 October 2018: 7th Plant NO International Meeting in Nice

Conference place

The scientific conference will be held at The Saint Paul seminary center

Saint Paul Hotel

29 boulevard Franck Pilatte, 06300 Nice, Website: http://lesaintpaul-hotel.fr/

History changes a neighborhood, and sometimes at best. We are far from the "unapproachable desert" in which a former bishop of Nice had the idea of setting up a seminary for the training of priests in 1840. And this seminar itself helped to shape the charm of the Lazaret district in above the port. This large house with pink facade and green shutters typically Nice, perched on the terrace facing the sea, has never stopped being embellished. In 1931, Monseigneur Rémond gave a jealous care to the construction of the chapel, whose architecture is inspired by the paleochristian era. The Romano-Byzantine style decoration, inspired by the Basilica of Ravenna in Italy, is now back in full bloom. The library, open to all, offers its readers the calm of a reading room whose windows open onto the sea.

How to get there?

To reach the Saint Paul

 From the Airport

  • By taxi… quite expensive! 30-50 €
  • By bus : At the exit of Terminal 1, cross the car park (100 meters) to reach the bus stop on the "Promenade des Anglais". Take line 70, direction "Cathedral, Old Town". At the "Cathédrale - Vieille Ville" stop, take the line 38, direction "Gustavin - Parc Vigier". Get off at the "Reserve" stop. The Saint Paul is 30 meters away. Ticket price: 1.50 €. Tickets are available on the bus and at the automatic terminals of stops.
    You can also take the lines 98 or 99 from the exit of Terminal 1 (inside the airport), get off at the stop "Cathedral - Old Town", and then take line 38. Ticket price: 6 €
    If you land in Terminal 2, a free shuttle bus will take you to Terminal 1 in a few minutes.
  • By car, on horseback or on foot: use your GPS!

From the railway station

  • By tram and bus: At the exit of the station, take the tram T1, direction "Hôpital Pasteur". Get off at the stop "Cathedral - Old Town" and take the connection on line 38, direction "Gustavin - Parc Vigier". Get off at the "Reserve" stop. The Saint Paul is 30 meters away. Ticket price: 1.50 €. Tickets are available on the bus and at the automatic terminals of stops.

Congress diner

The Scala, Congress diner

Scala

12 avenue Felix Faure, 06000 Nice, Website: http://www.hotel-aston.com/

Located in the heart of Nice only 5 minutes from the beach, the Aston La Scala 4 Star Hotel has 149 rooms, a rooftop swimming pool, and seminar and reception areas capable of accommodating up to 200 people.

An idyllic location in the heart of Nice on the French Riviera, for both professional and private functions.

Experience our Rooms with views over the Promenade du Paillon, Nice Old Town and the Fountain. The Hotel also has a Restaurant and Lounge Bar open all year.

Allowing you to stay on the Mediterranean in complete serenity.

Accommodation

 Several places of accommodation are available in Nice near more or less immediate of the place of the congress.

Map of Nice