-PCA Travel Awards -New PCA Core Network Participants -New PCA Steering Committee and Imaging Chairs -First PCA Symposium Awards Community News -Call for Artists -Community Surveys -PCA Art and Science Exhibit
Registration is open for the PCA Multiplex Microscopy Symposium on May 19, 2022! Register here.
Save the dates for the second PCA Symposium! We are accepting nominations for invited speakers until April 25, 2022. Feel free to nominate yourself or someone you would like to hear speak about their research.Nominate a speaker here.
Follow our PCA Twitter account and website for information on our upcoming Career Panel featuring plant scientists who work at startup companies.
PCA Focus Issue Plant Physiology featured the Plant Cell Atlas in its February 2022 Focus Issue. Read more.
PCA Presentations Dr. Sue Rhee gave two insightful presentations on the Plant Cell Atlas initiative in 2021. Click the links below to listen and learn a bit about the drive behind the PCA! You can find more videos on the PCA website and YouTube channel.
PCA Travel Awards The Plant Cell Atlas is pleased to announce the inaugural recipients of the PCA Travel Award, Maketalena Aleamotu’a and Iman Yangaza. Meet them here!
New PCA Core Network Participants A new cohort of scientists joins the PCA organizational team. Meet them here!
New PCA Steering Committee and Imaging Chairs We have 2 new Steering Committee members and new Chairs for the Imaging Committee. Meet them here!
First PCA Symposium Awards
Best Abstract Talk Award Winners
Hilde Nelissen - VIB/Gent University, Belgium
Marc Libault - University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Gergo Palfalvi - National Institute for Basic Biology, Japan
Xiaosa Xu - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA
Best Poster Presentation Award Winners
Dr. Trevor Nolan
Duke University, USA
Dr. Song Li
Virginia Tech, USA
Dr. Devang Mehta
University of Alberta, Canada
Call for Artists - PCA Art and Science Exhibit We are designing banners for 2-3 additional plant scientists from underrepresented groups and are looking for artists to create the new art. In recognition of their work artists will receive gift cards and will be promoted via social media.
Are you interested in metabolomics or single-cell sequencing? Let us know what you want to learn about by filling out the two surveys linked below. Your valuable input will help us to design activities that are tailored to the communities needs. Both surveys will remain open until Mon April 11, 2022.
PCA Art and Science Exhibit - Spring Exhibit The 2nd installation of the PCA Art and Science Exhibitis up! It focuses on plant biotechnology. If your institution is interested in showing the first installation featuring 4 Black plant scientists please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STANFORD LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT “The Plant Cell Atlas operates predominantly out of the Carnegie Institution for Science's Plant Biology Department located at Stanford University. Stanford sits on the ancestral land of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe. This land was and continues to be of great importance to the Ohlone people. Consistent with our values of community and inclusion, we have a responsibility to acknowledge, honor, and make visible the University’s relationship to Native peoples.”
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