The Missing Link: Broadening Participation and Embracing Biodiversity in Scientific Research Join us for a new PCA workshop on June 22, 2023 from 7:00 - 10:30 AM PST. Speakers will discuss anti-colonial research frameworks, innovative capacity-building efforts, and forward-thinking technology transfer. Register today!
PCA Gordon Research Conference Applications and Poster Abstract Submissions are open for the PCA GRC on Single-Cell Approaches in Plant Biology being held July 30 - August 4, 2023 in Ventura, CA, USA! Deadline to apply is July 2, 2023.More details.
ICAR 2023 PCA will be hosting a booth at the 33rd International Conference on Arabidopsis Research. Join us in Chiba, Japan from June 5-9, 2023! Register here.
ASPB 2023 PCA will again have a presence at ASPB’s Plant Biology conference being held from August 5-9, 2023 in Savannah, GA, USA. Stay tuned for more details.
Recorded Talks from Single Cell Sequencing Techniques in Plant Biology: Part I
Recordings of 6 talks from the Single Cell Sequencing Techniques in Plant Biology: Part I workshop will be available on the PCA YouTube channel on May 9, 2023. Subscribe to the channel to get notified when they are up!
scSequencing Protocols Repository
The Plant Cell Atlas now has a protocols.ioworkspace. Publicly available single cell sequencing protocols will be posted here. Join the workspace and add protocols.
Plant Cell Atlas Blog PCA has a new blog! Check out the interviews with Oluwatoyosi (Lisa) Adaramodu and Joan Kimutai (pictured left). Read the PCA blog here.
Would you like to be featured in a PCA blog post? The PCA is accepting submissions for new blog content to highlight researchers and labs in our community. Sign up here if you are interested in writing a profile on your work or being interviewed by PCA members.
Initiating a PCA Spatial Omics Committee PCA is looking to launch a new committee that is focused on Spatial Omics! If you are interested in creating or contributing to this new committee click the button below to let us know.
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