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BOTANY 2017

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BOTANY 2017

  • 24 Jun 2017 to 28 Jun 2017
  • Fort Worth
  • Texas / United States

Whats About

The rapidly depleting forest cover poses perhaps one of the greatest threats to mankind. The unique property of photosynthesis ensures regular availability of oxygen for survival of mankind. Much as transpired in terms of technology aliened towards botany i.e. the science and study of plants. The Botanical Society of America endeavors to deliver the latest in technology and research related even to the remotest fields of botany, to all botanists and those associated with it. Our initiative of BOTANY 2017 provides a platform for interaction, association, learning and projecting, latest developments and hindrances being experienced in the fields of botany. The BOTANY 2017 is taking place at Fort Worth, Texas, USA from 24th June to 28th June 2017. This meet will be host to botanists, plant scientists, educators, amateur students, college educators and professionals, who will gather together to share and educate others about the advancements made and the discoveries carried out for the brighter future of plant sciences. Industrialization and urbanization have led to drastic increase in pollution of environment. A sound and viable incorporation of botany is imperative for mankind’s existence. So, come be a part of BOTANY 2017 and get enriched and enlightened by being part of various educational and scientific sessions and visiting the exhibition showcasing latest products, services and equipments related to botany.


Registration Details

Your conference registration fee covers: 

  • Plenary Lecture presentation and The All Society Mixer on Sunday evening
  • All Scientific Sessions
  • All Coffee Breaks and Continental Breakfasts, Exhibit Hall, Poster Display and Reception
  • Celebrate! - the All-Society Celebration on Wednesday evening

 

Early
February to
May 1
Regular
May 2 to
June 22
Onsite
June 23 and on
Professional 
Member
$450.00
$550.00
$650.00
Professional 
Non-Member
$600.00
$700.00
$800.00
Emeritus and 
Retired Members
Complimentary
Complimentary
Complimentary
Post Doc 
Member
$380.00
$480.00
$580.00
Post Doc 
Non Member
$480.00
$580.00
$680.00
Grad Student 
Member
$230.00
$330.00
$430.00
Grad Student 
Non Member
$330.00
$430.00
$530.00
Undergraduate Student
$110.00
$210.00
$310.00

Special for ALL students....Save $20.00 off registration rates if you are a member of a Botanical Society of America Student Chapter.
Not a member - start a chapter at your institution - Here's how! 
Student Members - Earn back your early registration fee by voluteering as a conference assistant...Information available soon!

Community College 
Educators Members
$210.00
$310.00
$410.00
Community College 
Educators 
Non-Members
$300.00
$400.00
$500.00
K-12 Educator
$110.00
$210.00
$310.00
One-day 
(Scientific Meeting Only)
$290.00
$390.00
$490.00
Workshops & 
Field Trips Only
$80.00
$90.00
$100.00
Amateur Botanists*
$80.00
$90.00
$100.00
Companion**
$75.00
$85.00
$95.00

All members of the participating societies and qualify for the member rate. Field trips and ticketed events are priced individually. Educational and Scientific workshops and Sessions on Sunday are included in your registration fee and are available on a first-come-first-served basis. All conference fees must be paid in advance and all must be transactions in US Dollars.


Programme Details

The 2017 BOTANY Conference will have the following sessions:

  • Symposia
  • Workshops
  • Exhibition
  • Plenary sessions
  • Botanical society of America’s 2015 emerging leader special lecture by Michael Barker
  • Regional Botany special lecture- Botanical crossroads by Barney Lipscomb and Jason Singhurst
  • Annals of Botany special lecture by Anna Traveset
  • ASPT Incoming president talk by Chelsea Specht
  • Enhancing scientists diversity in plant biology luncheon
  • Kaplan memorial lecture- Dan Chitwood- Persistent homology and organismal theory: Quantifying the branching topologies of plants
  • Incoming BSA President talk by Loren Rieseberg
  • Botany in Action session on 25th June 2017