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[Maize] 4th meeting of the National Association of Plant Breeding

ALLEN VAN DEYNZE via maize%40net.bio.net (by avandeynze from ucdavis.edu)
Wed Apr 28 09:43:50 EST 2010

4th Annual Meeting of the National Association of Plant Breeding
August 15 - 17, 2010
Johnston, Iowa, USA

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for 4th 
annual meeting of the National Association of Plant Breeding (NAPB), 
an initiative of the Plant Breeding Coordinating Committee (PBCC). 
 Once again, the meeting will provide all plant breeders an 
opportunity to interact and discuss issues of importance for both the 
public and private sectors.  All plant breeders - students and 
professionals, public sector and industry, U.S. and abroad - are 
encouraged to attend.

The meeting has three goals:  1) to discuss strategies to shape the 
future of plant breeding, 2) to expose participants to 
state-of-the-art plant breeding research through invited speakers, 
and 3) to exchange knowledge through poster presentations by 
participants.  This year's meeting is hosted by Dr. Stephen Smith, of 
Pioneer Hi-Bred International, and will be held at the Pioneer 
Hi-Bred facilities in Johnston, Iowa.

Registration is open and accessible online at 
http://2010plantbreedingmeeting.eventbrite.com/ .  
This site also provides information on the meeting agenda, optional 
tours, lodging, meeting logistics, and poster presentations.  All 
meeting participants must register prior to the deadline of Monday, 
August 2, as we will not be able to accommodate on-site registrations.

We look forward to another excellent meeting.  Hope to see you there!

Thank you,


Allen Van Deynze, Ph.D.
Chair, Communications Committee
National Association of Plant Breeding

University of California
Davis, CA, 95616
Ph: (530) 754-6444
Fax: (530) 754-7222
email: avandeynze from ucdavis.edu
Plant Breeding Academy (http://pba.ucdavis.edu/)

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