Posts Tagged ‘Mycology’

IMC10

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: http://www.imc10.kasetsart.org/

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

 

Mushroom Hunting in Alaska

March 13th, 2011

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Amongst the scheduled symposia:

  • Fungal Population Genomics
  • Molecular Ecology and Biodiversity of Arctic and Boreal Fungi
  • Mechanisms of Fungal-Plant Interactions: Perspectives from the Interface of Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Genomics

I will contribute a talk to the latter symposium.

Infos and registration: see 79th Mycological Society of America web site.

26th Fungal Genetics Conference 2011 at Asilomar

October 31st, 2010

26thFGCLogo640Time to register for the Fungal Genetics Conference 2011 at the Asilomar conference center. The registration site is now open and you have till December 14th, 2010 to register and submit your abstract. See you there.

IMC9: The Biology of Fungi

December 24th, 2009

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With the surge of fungal genome release, studying the biology of the Mycota has never been as exciting as it is today. The International Mycological Congress represents one of the largest scientific forum to provide an up-to-date perspective of mycology in all its guises. The 9th International Mycological Congress (IMC9: the Biology of Fungi) will be held in August 2010 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The conference themes will include:

  • Cell biology, biochemistry and physiology
  • Environment, ecology and interactions
  • Evolution, biodiversity and systematics
  • Fungal pathogenesis and disease control
  • Genomics, genetics and molecular biology

Register at: http://www.imc9.info/index.htm.