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WHY ATTEND?

The fourth annual Phenome 2020 conference represents a multidisciplinary community comprising plant biologists, ecologists, engineers, agronomists, computational scientists, and representatives from U.S. federal agencies who come together in a rich and diverse networking environment to foster collaboration, innovation, and the initiation of multi-investigator and multi-institution projects.

Phenome 2020 will focus on the methodologies and technologies that enable study of the plant phenotype, and the resulting insights into complex plant-related biological systems. Phenome 2020 seeks to build on collaborations among biologists, engineers, computer scientists, and allies, and it will emphasize how we collect and organize data, how we process it, and how we use it to develop statistical and conceptual frameworks to understand biological complexity, from molecular to ecological scales.

Phenome 2020 will also serve as a platform to generate greater understanding about plants and climate change, bringing together preeminent international speakers.

ISCB affiliated

ISCB members received a minimum 15% discount off meeting registration

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Kathleen Brown

Penn State University, University Park, USA

Paul Cohen

University of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, USA

Leonie Moyle

Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

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