Plant Science Research Network (PSRN)
Plants provide us with food, feed, fiber, medicines, fuel and other bioproducts, and in so doing they sequester carbon dioxide, create habitat, stabilize landscapes and encompass extraordinary biodiversity. Both environmental preservation and human uses of plants require knowledge of plant form and function, from the molecular to the ecosystem perspective, and spanning single-celled, aquatic organisms to domesticated agricultural species, their wild relatives and the tallest trees. Plant research is now being called upon to address a range of global challenges in food, health and the environment.
The Plant Science Research Network represents societies including the Alliance of Crop, Soil and Environmental Science Societies, American Phytopathological Society, American Society for Horticultural Science, American Society of Plant Biologists, Botanical Society of America, Council on Undergraduate Research, Ecological Society of America, the Genetics Society of America, and the Global Plant Council.
Stop by booth 925 to learn more about the Plant Science Research Network and the opportunities we offer.