Botany 2017 - Botanical Crossroads
June 24 - June 28, 2017

Fort Worth Omni Hotel
Fort Worth, Texas

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    Abstract Submission 

Deadline March 22, 2017

Check here for the new topics you can submit to....and what to know before you submit...including poster requirements.

 

  Click here to see submissions

   Chosen Symposia and Colloquia 

   Special Lectures 

  • Plenary Lecturer - Sunday Evening  - June 26 - Robin Kimmerer
  • Botanical Society of America's 2015 Emerging Leader Special Lecture - Michael Barker
  • Regional Botany Special Lecture - Botanical Crossroads - Barney Lipscomb and Jason Singhurst
  • Annals of Botany Special Lecture - Anna Traveset
  • Enhancing Scientist Diversity in Plant Biology Luncheon 
  • Kaplan Memorial Lecture 
  • Botanical Society of America's 2016 Emerging Leader Special Lecture

  2017 Botany in Action 
Sunday June, 25th  8:00am - 12:30pm
Join the fun, meet new friends, and do a good deed!

Help at Tandy Hills Nature Area
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The 2016  Botany in Action team off to clean-up Mother Matilda Beasley Park - with the Savannah Tree Foundation! Kudos to them for enduring the heat and making a difference!  

 

Exhibiting Information NOW Available

  Join this dynamic conference as an Exhibitor or Sponsor 

Email: johanne@botany.org for more information

Botany 2016 Exhibitors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Important Dates
  • March
    15
  • Abstract Submissions Due
  • June
    24
  • Field Trips
  • June
    25
  • Field Trips & Workshops
  • Plenary Lecture
  • June
    26
  • Poster Session
  • Scientific Program
  • June
    27
  • Scientific Program
  • June
    28
  • Scientific Program
  • Celebrate! All Society Party!
2017 Participating Societies

 

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A must see!  
Thank-you to Chris Martine and his students at Bucknell for this video highlighting their research and participation in Botany 2016
Undergraduate Research: How Today's Students are Doing Real Science
 
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