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CO2 Assimilation in Plants from Genome to Biome
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Conference Information

Status

Active

Initial Year

1976

Discipline

Chemical

Categories

Meeting Cycle

24 Months

Conference Description

Starting in 2017, this long-standing Gordon Research Conference will be held every two years (odd year cycle). Historically, this meeting had been held on a triennial basis since 1976 (with one exception in 1982), and occurred one year after the International Photosynthesis Congress. It has served as a major, yet intimate, venue where scientists interested in all aspects of the "carbon-side" of photosynthesis discuss the most exciting and pressing issues in the field. The Conference has strong international representation maintained in part by alternating between sites inside and outside the U.S. It also has an International Co-Chair and Co-Vice Chair who are heavily involved in planning the program. A hallmark of this meeting is its collegial environment for both junior and senior scientists to communicate and discuss their most recent, often unpublished, research. The inaugural Gordon Research Seminar was added in 2014 to further increase opportunities for postdoctoral researchers and graduate students to network, present research, and interact with established scientists.

What is a GRC? Gordon Research Conferences (GRC) are 5-day meetings that bring scientists together from around the world to present and discuss unpublished research with other leaders in their field.

Related Conference

This Gordon Research Conference (GRC) series is related to the "CO2 Assimilation in Plants from Genome to Biome" Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series. Although a related GRS will typically be scheduled in conjunction with its parent GRC each time it meets, that may not always be the case. Refer to the individual meetings in the Meeting History section below for more details. For more information about the associated Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) series, click here.

What is a GRS? Gordon Research Seminars (GRS) are 2-day meetings that bring graduate students and post-docs together to discuss their cutting edge research among peers and mentors. Each GRS immediately precedes an associated Gordon Research Conference (GRC), and topics addressed at the GRS relate closely to the GRC.

Meeting History

YearMeeting NameDatesConference SiteChair(s)
2017 CO2 Assimilation in Plants from Genome to Biome
Adapting Photosynthesis to Insure Against an Uncertain Future
Apr 30 - May 5 Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco Stephen P. Long
Martha Ludwig
2014 CO2 Assimilation in Plants: Genome to Biome
Gaining Insights from Evolution to Mitigate a Challenging Future
Jun 8-13 Waterville Valley David T. Hanson
Christoph Peterhaensel
2011 CO2 Assimilation in Plants: Genome to Biome May 29 - Jun 3 Les Diablerets Conference Center James V. Moroney
Christine A. Raines
2008 CO2 Assimilation in Plants: Genome to Biome Aug 17-22 University of New England Michael E. Salvucci
Anne A. Borland
2005 CO2 Assimilation in Plants: Genome to Biome Sep 11-16 Centre Paul Langevin George Bowes
Susanne Von Caemmerer
2002 CO2 Fixation & Metabolism in Green Plants Aug 11-16 Mount Holyoke College Raymond Chollet
Christine H. Foyer
1999 CO2 Fixation & Metabolism in Green Plants Sep 12-17 The Queen's College Hans J. Bohnert
1996 Photosynthetic CO2 Fixation in Green Plants Aug 18-23 Tilton School Steven C. Huber
1993 Photosynthetic CO2 Fixation & Metabolism in Plants Oct 10-15 Kloster Irsee Charles B. Osmond
1990 CO2 Fixation by Green Plants Jul 23-27 Colby-Sawyer College Richard Jensen
1987 CO2 Fixation by Green Plants Jul 6-10 Plymouth State College Gerald Edwards
1985 CO2 Fixation by Green Plants Aug 19-23 Kimball Union Academy William L. Ogren
1982 CO2 Fixation by Green Plants Jul 5-9 Proctor Academy Clanton C. Black
1979 CO2 Fixation by Green Plants Jan 8-12 Miramar Hotel Israel Zelitch
1976 CO2 Fixation by Green Plants Jun 21-25 New Hampton School Martin Gibbs
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