Botany 2023 will be a hybrid conference with a format similar to last year. Symposia and Special Lectures must be presented in person; these presentations will be live-streamed for our virtual attendees and the recordings will become available to all conference attendees via our online platform.
Presentations for Colloquia and Contributed Papers sessions may be delivered by in-person or virtual attendees; virtual presenters must pre-record their presentations and upload them to the platform by July 1st. In-person presenters for these sessions will be delivering their talks live to onsite participants, and are encouraged to upload a pre-recorded version of their presentations to the platform in advance of the conference so that virtual attendees will be able to view them during their scheduled times.
In-person presenters who are able to have a friend or colleague record their presentations as they deliver them in Boise have the option to submit those recordings to the platform (so they become available to all conference attendees via the online platform).
New this year – Posters must be presented in person; however, after the Monday night Poster Session, presenters will have the opportunity to upload their poster to the platform to be part of the online version of the conference.
Once again, this year Childcare will be available to parents bringing their families with them to Boise. Pre-registration is required and will be available in May. Childcare is partially sub-sized by the conference – parents are charged $5.00/hour/child.
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Botany 2024 - June 15 - 19
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Botany 2025 - July 26 – 30
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Botany Conferences are known as "the friendliest" scientific conferences around! Whether this is your first conference or your 21st conference, students and professionals in the botanical sciences can showcase research, forge new collaborations, and enjoy the camaraderie of a global community.
Last year we were proud to have 8 affinity group social events that brought together and celebrated the diversity of our conference attendees. We will also continue, and attempt to improve upon, our hybrid conference offering from last summer to increase the accessibility of our meetings.
New this year, and in addition to our normal "Botany In Action" field trip, we are planning a social action-related project on Thursday, July 27 with a local human rights-related organization. Stay tuned to social media for more information on this opportunity for us to assist a local organization in its work towards greater human rights.
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