Latest updates on SLTB 2018 & AGM

We hope you are as excited for SLTB2018 as we are! But do you still have any questions about the arrangements or program?

Details for SLTB 2018 and AGM in Prague are available here.

If you would like additional information about the venue, transport links and hotels, please download this document to see the recommendations of our conference hosts, the Crop Research Institute and Dr Milos Faltus.

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For the conference program, please click here:

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If you have any further needs, please contact one of the committee directly using the email addresses found here or via the online contact form.

We look forward to seeing you in Prague!

SLTB Committee

 

CRYO2018 in Madrid only 1 month away!

CRYO2018 in Madrid only 1 month away!

CRYO2018: Scientific Challenges of Cryobiology, will be held July 10-13 at the Spanish National Research Council in Madrid, Spain. 

Held over four days, CRYO2018 will feature five plenary speakers and more than 25 invited speakers from around the world, in addition to a full program of submitted abstract oral and poster presentations, covering all aspects of cryobiology – from human and animal cells, to plant preservation, to cryosurgery, to food technology, and much more.

8th Course on Cryopreservation and Transplantation of Human Ovarian Tissue - Brussels, 28-29/06/2018

8th Course on Cryopreservation and Transplantation of Human Ovarian Tissue - Brussels, 28-29/06/2018

Prof. Marie-Madeleine Dolmans and Prof. Christiani A. Amorim will present their annual course on the cryopreservation and transplantation of human ovarian tissue. The course will take place on June, 28-29 at the Gynecology Research Unit of the Catholic University of Louvain (program).

Registration: 1200 € (silabus, coffee breaks, lunches and cocktail)

Course registration deadline: June 10, 2018
Registration form

Contact: Christiani Amorim

Society for Experimental Biology focus on "Plant temperature responses: shaping development and enhancing survival"

Society for Experimental Biology focus on "Plant temperature responses: shaping development and enhancing survival"

For plant biologists interested in low temperature, please consider joining us in Florence this summer for a session on ‘Plant temperature responses: shaping development and enhancing survival?’ at the Society of Experimental Biology’s Annual Meeting <www.sebiology.org/events/event/seb-florence-2018/programme/plant-biology#temp> in Florence (3-6 July 2018).