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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

13 – 17 June 2022 / Montpellier, France

Molecular responses of plants facing climate change

About the Workshop

 

Climate change profoundly alters plant growth and development, presenting a serious threat to food security in the coming decades. Fortunately, considerable research in the plant sciences community focuses on understanding the physiological processes and underlying molecular mechanisms through which plants can adapt to these changes. This recently resulted in significant progress, and even positions plants as a solution to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and associated climate change effects.

This EMBO Workshop will convene scientists with a broad, integrative view of plant science in the context of climate change. It will highlight the molecular mechanisms of plant adaptation to major factors associated with climate change (elevated CO2, temperature, drought and salinity), and identify processes beyond resilience to and memory of climate fluctuations. It will also pinpoint the recent molecular approaches for harnessing plants to mitigate climate change effects, and will highlight examples of adaptation to extreme life conditions to insure food security under ever more constrained environmental conditions.

Registration includes
  • Access to all speaker talks, poster sessions
  • All conference materials
  • Welcome cocktail and Gala dinner
  • Coffee and/or refreshments during breaks and poster sessions
  • Digital abstract book (in PDF)

Travel and accommodation are at the participants’ expense. Application for travel grants and registration fee waivers can be done during registration.

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  • Date
    13 – 17 June 2022

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  • Place
    Montpellier, France
  • Registration
    From 1 February 2022 to 17 June 2022
  • Submission
    From 1 February 2022 to 8 April 2022
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Local organizing committee

Cécile ABAUZIT - INRAE
Océane CASSAN - CNRS
Jorge FERNANDES - INRAE
Laurent LAPLAZE - IRD
Antoine MARTIN - CNRS 
Lisbeth MICHEL - INRAE
Perrine RUDINGER - INRAE