Plant Biology Journals – Focus Issues

Focus Issues are special editions of one of ASPB’s two self-published scientific journals, Plant Physiology, that focus on one or more specific research topics.

Worldwide readership consists of plant scientists who work in such diverse areas as academia, government laboratories, and industrial and commercial environments. Students are also drawn to the publication. Readers share a common goal of promoting the growth and development of plant biology as a pure and applied science.

BENEFITS:

  • Ads on papers in sponsored Focus Issues
  • Logo and presence on Focus Issue home page
  • Logo and sponsorship recognized in introductory editorial
  • Company ad in push notification for Focus Issue content

Travel Grants for Meetings

A highly competitive opportunity for early career scientists to receive direct travel support and a waiver of registration fees to attend an ASPB-hosted conference.

BENEFITS:

  • Ability to focus on a particular interest or research area
  • Provides registration for an early career scientist (students, post-docs, faculty) and some funds towards travel
  • May select the awardee from among a pool identified by ASPB leaders
  • Meet/Greet Coffee with awardees
  • Logo on event signage
  • Recognition on ASPB and/or conference website

International Plant Molecular Biology Congress

The IPMB Congress is a triennial meeting that has been gathering 1500-2000 plant molecular biologists from all over the world since 1984. IPMB2018 was held in Montpellier, France; IPMB2015 in Brazil (Iguazu), IPMB2012 in S.Korea (Jeju Island), and IPMB2009 in the USA (St. Louis). Each of the previous meetings demonstrates the importance to develop multidisciplinary approaches to address climate change and population increases. IPMB2021 will likely be in Australia, following up with an attractive scientific program highlighting high impact recent discoveries from basic molecular biology to crop biotechnology. The rich combination of plenary and parallel sessions will demonstrate the importance of plant molecular biology in developing  ecologically sustainable farming practices.

 

PREMIUM PACKAGE – SILVER PARTNERSHIP

ASPB Strategic Partnerships are formal, ongoing relationships between ASPB and companies united in the common goal of promoting the advancement of plant science. Our strategic partners play an important role in supporting many of the programs and services that make ASPB membership so valuable, and our engagement with them helps to ensure that partners’ perspectives inform decision making.

Platinum, Gold and Silver level partnerships are longer term, multi-channel packages with a pre-selected combination of sponsored activities. Each pre-assembled package is simply a starting point for discussion; they can be customized to fit your specific needs.

BENEFITS:

  • 10’x10’ booth space at the next Plant Biology Annual Meeting
  • Table top booth space at the next Phenome Conference
  • One Taproot Podcast
  • One Plantae Webinar
  • An educational or high-visibility item at the next Plant Biology Annual Meeting
  • Year-round recognition on the ASPB website
  • Your company logo on three curated research alerts throughout the year

PREMIUM PACKAGE – GOLD PARTNERSHIP

ASPB Strategic Partnerships are formal, ongoing relationships between ASPB and companies united in the common goal of promoting the advancement of plant science. Our strategic partners play an important role in supporting many of the programs and services that make ASPB membership so valuable, and our engagement with them helps to ensure that partners’ perspectives inform decision making.

Platinum, Gold and Silver level partnerships are longer term, multi-channel packages with a pre-selected combination of sponsored activities. Each pre-assembled package is simply a starting point for discussion; they can be customized to fit your specific needs.

BENEFITS:

  • 10’x10’ booth space at the next Plant Biology Annual Meeting
  • Table top booth space at the next Phenome Conference
  • Two Taproot Podcasts
  • Two Plantae Webinars
  • An educational or high-visibility item at Plant Biology 2018
  • Five student scholarships for either Phenome or Plant Biology
  • Year-round recognition on the ASPB website
  • Your company logo on five curated research alerts throughout the year

PREMIUM PACKAGE – PLATINUM PARTNERSHIP

ASPB Strategic Partnerships are formal, ongoing relationships between ASPB and companies united in the common goal of promoting the advancement of plant science. Our strategic partners play an important role in supporting many of the programs and services that make ASPB membership so valuable, and our engagement with them helps to ensure that partners’ perspectives inform decision making.

Platinum, Gold and Silver level partnerships are longer term, multi-channel packages with a pre-selected combination of sponsored activities. Each pre-assembled package is simply a starting point for discussion; they can be customized to fit your specific needs.

BENEFITS:

  • 10’x10’ booth space at the next Plant Biology annual meeting
  • Table top booth space at the next Phenome Conference
  • Three Taproot Podcasts
  • Three Plantae Webinars
  • A live event, educational, or high-visibility item at the next Plant Biology annual meeting
  • Ten student scholarships for either Phenome or Plant Biology
  • Year-round recognition on the ASPB website
  • Your company logo on five curated research alerts throughout the year

Plant Biology Meetings

Plant Biology is the best opportunity to reach the current leaders of the global plant biology community, as well as the next generation of plant scientists. This renowned gathering is one of the largest plant science meetings in the world.

The Plant Biology Meeting is hosted by ASPB every year in different locations around North America. In 2018 the meeting took place in Montréal, Canada; in 2019, it will be located in San Jose, California. Plant Biology conference attendees typically come from three dozen countries and from states across the US.

There are many opportunities to sponsor activities during a Plant Biology meeting. You may see examples of the level of learning and interaction on the Plant Biology conference website and you can find descriptions of sponsorable opportunities in the current Plant Biology Exhibitor Prospectus.

Already familiar with what you want to sponsor? Go to the Opportunities Form by clicking on the green MAKE SELECTIONS button below or contact us.

Phenome Meeting

Are you interested in getting in front of researchers at the cutting-edge topic of computational biology, image capture and analysis, and other aspects of plant phenomics? The annual Phenome conference brings together a multidisciplinary community comprising plant biologists, ecologists, engineers, agronomists, and computer scientists in a rich and diverse networking environment to foster collaboration, innovation, and the initiation of multi-investigator and multi-institution projects.

Phenome 2019 will also serve as a platform to generate greater understanding about plants and climate change. The conference will bring together preeminent speakers from Asia, Europe, and North America. Phenome 2019 will take place in February 2019 in Tucson, Arizona.

Phenome sponsorships include:

  • Recognition on the Phenome conference website
  • Banner ads in the conference app
  • Logo on the general session walk-in slides
  • Event signage (if applicable)
  • Sponsor ribbons for all company representatives
  • One complimentary registration for sponsorships of $10,000 or more
  • Visibility in the Plant Phenomics Network on Plantae

See Phenome2019.org for more details.

New Specialty Meeting or Program

Want to design your own topical meeting or workshop? Have a particular research area, application or technology in mind to explore with our plant science community? Let’s talk about how we might build a program around that, whether: online or in-person, for a small group or as part of a larger event, as a one-off workshop or as a year-long program. Contact us with your ideas.

Together with ASPB Conviron has developed a unique program aimed at Undergraduate and Graduate students studying Plant Biology – called the ASPB Conviron Scholars Program. Conviron has been delighted with the progress of this program and how easy it has been to work with ASPB in defining and implementing the awards. We are also pleased to see that this partnership is having a direct impact on plant biology students, which will help the scientific community at large and ultimately the future of our planet.
–Richard Marusyk, Conviron

Here’s an example of a prospectus for specialty meeting with sponsorable activities:

Synthetic Biology 2019