Mike Thornton has accepted the role as The European Association for Potato Research (EAPR) country representative for the USA effective February, 2016. His primary responsibilities will be to facilitate communication and synergy between EAPR and PAA. Look for updates on planned sectional meetings and Triennial Conferences on the PAA website and below.
MEETINGS OF SECTIONS OF EAPR:
A. Section Pathology and Pests: 2016 in Scotland: August 7-11 2016, Dundee, Scotland. This meeting covers research into potato pests and diseases with a focus on applied outcomes and attracts world-class speakers. To register your interest in the meeting or for any other enquiries please email: email@example.com. For further information please visit: http://www.eaprpathology2016.eu
Organizing Committee chaired by Dr. Ian Toth (Ian.Toth@hutton.ac.uk); Organising Committee: Alison Lees and Sonia Humphris; Pathology and Pests Section Chairperson: Leah Tsror
B. Section Agronomy and Physiology: – The 3rd meeting of the Agronomy and Physiology Section of the European Association of Potato Research (EAPR) will take place in Riga, Latvia from September 26-29, 2016. Further details will be announced at the official meeting website http://www.eapr2016agrphys.eu
We are looking forward to welcoming you in Riga! On behalf of the Organizing Committee, Ilze Dimante and Ilze Skrabule (Institute of Agricultural Resources and Economics, Latvia)
C. EAPR 20TH TRIENNIAL CONFERENCE: The 20th Triennial Conference of the EAPR will be held in Versailles, France, July 9-14, 2017. The scientific programme of the 20th Triennial Conference of the EAPR will be built on the frame sentence: “Potato facing global challenges.” For complete information: http://www.eapr2017.com/
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