Second European Plant Science Conference
The theme of the Second European Plant Science Conference was ‘Transforming Future of Plant Science,’ which includes several topics of crucial importance. It took place in 2019 in Milan, Italy, and lasted from 18th to 19th of October.
The Plant Science Conference in 2019 aimed at improving plant science management and education in terms of plant disparities. It appeared to be a successful platform through which novice scientists can share their opinion on the given issues and also present their relevant work.
What Does It Take to Be a Plant Science Professional?
To be a successful plant science professional, you need to have a specific set of competencies and skills. Plant scientists can diagnose plant tissue and respectively provide medication; they also have leadership roles and consult people on the given topic. Researchers have an impact on health care by conducting satisfying researches and thus reducing medical complications.
The Topics Covered at the Second European Plant Science Conference
This second European Plant Science Conference excelled at the variety of topics related to the central theme that they offered. Here is a list with some of the targeted audience:
- Forest Science;
- Manufacturing Agricultural Devices Companies;
- Plant Science Researchers;
- Horticulture and Landscaping;
- Medical and Aromatic Plant Sciences;
- Business Entrepreneurs;
- Training Institutes;
Here are some of the covered questions:
- Plant Genomics;
- Plant Nanotechnology;
- Plant Nutrition and Soil Sciences;
- Plant Biotechnology;
- Plant Breeding;
- Plant Genetics and Plant Tissue Culture;
- Plant Morphology;
There were ten separate sessions for all the different covered topics.
The Young Scientist Award
The Second European Plant Science Conference announced an award scheme suggested by Meetings International. This award system aims to encourage young scientists and promote excellence in several technology and science fields.
Any researcher who is engaged in graduate education or research activities that highlight sustainable development can take part in the competition for the award. To be eligible for the Young Scientist Award, you should be under the age of 35.
Requirements and Guidelines for the Young Scientist Award
The research work that young scientists can submit has to be unique and novel. The contestants should be aware of the fact that the organizing committee can reject any project at any point if there are claims made on the novelty of the work.
To take part in the competition, young researchers have to submit:
- An abstract of their work as first authors and a copy of the same;
- A copy of their passport;
- Completed application form;
- Updated CV (or an alternative link toward their resume)
The contestants should also be willing to present their work at any of the Meetings International conferences.
The Benefits of Obtaining the Young Scientist Award
By taking part in the Young Scientist Award competition, you will have the opportunity to learn about career development and the latest technologies in your field; you will have the unique chance to choose a topic of your interest and develop your scientific investigation. The winner will have the essential opportunity to publish their full-length papers in reputed international journals.