19th International Conference on the Cell and Molecular Biology of Chlamydomonas
29 Aug-31 Dec 2021 83140 Six-Fours-les-Plages (France)

Sponsors

<b>Plants</b>, an MDPI journal Plants, an MDPI journal
Plants (ISSN 2223-7747; CODEN: PLANCD) is an international, scientific, peer-reviewed, open access journal published monthly online by MDPI. The journal welcomes all types of articles in the field of basic and applied plant science. Plants provides: Open Access: free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions. High visibility: Indexed by all major services. Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 14.7 days after submission; acceptance to publication : 2.9 days Recognition of reviewers: reviewers who provide timely, thorough peer-review reports receive vouchers entitling them to a discount on the APC of their next publication in any MDPI journal, in appreciation of the work done. CiteScore (2018 Scopus data): 4.06, which equals rank 29/404 (Q1) in 'Plant Science'. Impact Factor: 3.935 in June 2021 (+42.47% compared with the previous year) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plants will publish a Special Issue on Chlamydomonas and offer a discount on APC to all participants of Chlamy 2020. Please see our webpage "A special issue of "Plants" on Chlamydomonas"
Frontiers in Plant Science Frontiers in Plant Science
Frontiers in Plant Science is a leading journal in its field, publishing rigorously peer-reviewed research that seeks to advance our understanding of fundamental processes in all plant biology – from ecosystems to unicellular alga. This multidisciplinary open-access journal is at the forefront of disseminating and communicating scientific knowledge and impactful discoveries to researchers, academics, policy makers and the public worldwide. With an Impact Factor of 5.75 and CiteScore of 8.2, as well as being the largest publisher of plant science research and open-access, Frontiers in Plant Science is actively ensuring that your research can be read as widely as possible.-------------------------------------------For this 19th international Chlamydomonas conference, Frontiers in Plant Science is excited to be coordinating an article collection on Photosynthesis in Chlamydomonas led by Xenie Johnson and Michael Hippler. We look forward to meeting you in person later this year!
SpectroLogiX SpectroLogiX
Fully Characterize Photosynthesis using Fluo+Abs with the JTS-150 ! At the Chlamydomonas meeting, we will showcase the JTS-150, the most recent version of the famous Joliot-Type-Spectrophotometer. It can serve all your needs for Photosynthesis applications, and others. This pump/probe spectrophotometer can record fluorescence of absorption data from milliseconds to hours, using data collection at a 100ns rate. It can use leaves or liquid samples, with up to 9 detection wavelengths per experiment. Whether you want to measure, OJIP or NPQ, P700, Plastocyanine or cyt b6f or the electrochromic shift, this is the instrument you need.
Algenuity Algenuity
Our world-class expertise in algal biology and biotechnology is driving a revolution in the application of algae within the food and beverages market with much more to come including additional markets. Our mission is simply captured by three words – making algae work. We are delivering this mission through algae-based solutions and innovations that satisfy global priority areas, while respecting sustainability and delivering positive impact. At the Chlamy 2020+1 meeting, we will demonstrate the Algem HT24 system, a compact, high throughput, computer-controlled photobioreactor for microalgae research. Its 24 separate reactors are each independently controlled and monitored: every reactor vessel is under independent LED lighting control and data is stored separately for each one
<b>Région SUD</b> Région SUD
France is divided into 13 Regions, and our congress is hosted by the Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, or Région Sud, stretching from Nice to Marseilles and from Toulon to Briançon. Their specific program "Attract Congress-Events" (ACE) aims at promoting touristic development via financial aids for congress organizers. It is largely thanks to their generous support that we can offer you such reasonable rates on a high class resort like Ile des Embiez. We hope you will enjoy the location, and will take the opportunity to discover the beauties of the Côte d'Azur (aka Riviera) and of the beautiful hinterland of Provence.
<b>Labex DYNAMO</b> Labex DYNAMO
The LabEx DYNAMO federates internationally recognised researchers from 7 teams working at the Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique, the Ecole Normale Supérieure and the Collège de France in Paris to tackle fundamental scientific questions on the biogenesis and function of energy transducing membranes in 3 model systems: bacteria, chloroplasts and mitochondria. The scientific goal of DYNAMO is to increase our understanding of the biogenesis and function of energy transducing membranes in bacteria, chloroplasts and mitochondria. The LabEx DYNAMO also has a mission to train the next generation of young scientists emerging from its three umbreall universities, Sorbonne Université, Paris-Diderot and Paris-Sciences-et-Lettres.
<b>The International Society of Photosynthesis Research (ISPR)</b> The International Society of Photosynthesis Research (ISPR)
The purposes of ISPR are to: Encourage the growth and to promote the development of photosynthesis as a pure and  applied science To facilitate publication of research in photosynthesis To sponsor the organization of a triennial International Congress on Photosynthesis To promote international cooperation in photosynthesis research and education This year, the ISPR supports the Chlamydomonas meeting. Early carreer scientists working on photosynthesis are invited to apply for a subsidized registration rate by writing to chlamy2020@sciencesconf.org
<b>Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft</b> Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft
The German Society for Plant Sciences (Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, DBG) is the largest organisation for plant scientists in the German speaking area and was founded 137 years ago. The DBG unites more than 900 scientific botanists and plant scientists, ranging from molecular biologists, geneticists and physiologists to vegetation sociologists and ecosystem scientists. The DBG represents plant sciences in the German speaking area and promotes scientific botany and plant sciences in the framework of biology on national and international grounds. DBG has only non-commercial purposes as declared in its statutes. To promote research in plant sciences the DBG supports workshops, meetings and congresses. The DBG is especially interested to further the attendance of young scientists. Early career plant scientists from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, working in these countries or abroad, are invited to apply to a subsidized registration rate by writing to chlamy2020@sciencesconf.org
<b>EMBO Science Policy lecture EMBO Science Policy lecture
The EMBO Science Policy Program offers organizers of a scientific event the opportunity to include a non-scientific talk addressing the policy implications of science and technology, including, but not limited to, discussions about ethics, economics, politics, and law. Examples of themes that could be addressed include, but are not limited to: Genetic and genomic applications Dual-use research Scientific publishing and open access Research integrity Biosafety Science advice to governments Research policy
<b>Agrisera</b> Agrisera
Agrisera is a Swedish company specializing in polyclonal and monoclonal antibody production, offering an extensive collection of primary antibodies and over 2000 secondary antibodies for various applications and in various quantities, all available online. Over 30 years in the antibody business have taught us a lot and we are proud to say there are few problems we cannot help you to solve. Our experienced scientific staff are on hand to answer all your queries promptly.
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