Posts Tagged ‘Meeting’


August 20th, 2012

Planning is in full swing for the next International Mycological Congress, IMC10 in Bangkok, Thailand, August 3-8, 2014.

Point your web browser to:

Now, just 24 months to Bangkok 2014, is the time for you to suggest topics for Sessions and Symposia using the form on the website or right here:

Submit your ideas now, the committee will begin choosing topics in just 90 days, on November 1, 2012.

Leka Manoch and Morakot Tanticharoen
Co-Chairs, IMC10 Organizing Committee


8th JGI Users Meeting

August 2nd, 2012

JGI Spring 2012 Primer

May 29th, 2012

The Spring 2012 edition of the DOE Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI) newsletter The Primer is now available for download:
and features highlights from the DOE JGI Genomics of Energy & Environment Meeting #7.

Videos of the talks from Meeting #7 are posted here:

Be sure to Save the Date for meeting #8 the week of March 25-29, 2013.

JGI Spring 2011 Primer

April 23rd, 2011

The Spring 2011 edition of the JGI newsletter, The Primer, is now available and features:

  • A report from the 6th Annual DOE JGI User Meeting (Genomics of Energy & Environment) including keynotes by Persis Drelland Terry Hazen
  • Cow Rumen Metagenomics
  • Sentinel of Change: Water Flea Genome Improves Environmental Monitoring
  • Battling Brown Tide with Genomics


Available for download (along with archived editions) here:


March 20th, 2011

Emerging Fungal Diseases

February 17th, 2010

Roscoff-Port-ClocherConference – ‘New and Emerging Fungal Diseases of Animals and Plants: evolutionary aspects in the context of global changes? in Brittany, 17th – 21st April 2010.

From the site: “The world is changing rapidly as environments are modified by human activity. Superimposed upon this background of environmental change are signatures of ‘Globalisation’ as species are introduced into non-native, ecosystems. Many of these species are invasive, often pathogenic, organisms, and this conference Jacques Monod focuses on a Kingdom that is increasingly being recognised as having a widening impact on ecosystem, agricultural and human health, the Fungi.”