New Podcast Episode or Mini-Series on a Research Topic

Sponsors are invited to contact us to discuss collaborating on the development of an individual podcast or a mini-series (four episodes) on a specific research topic.

BENEFITS

  • Ability to have input into the design and content of the topical podcast
  • Your company highlighted in the audio introduction of the podcast.
  • Your company’s logo and link on the main podcast landing page on Plantae.org
  • Your company’s logo or sponsorship mention on Taproot Podcast promotions (email, social networks)
  • Your company’s logo or sponsorship mention in the Plantae community on the accompanying podcast blog post
  • A short description and image on the accompanying podcast blog post

Advertise in Plant Biology Journals – Plant Direct

Plant Direct is a new open access, sound science journal for the plant sciences that gives prompt and equal consideration to papers reporting work dealing with a variety of subjects. Topics include but are not limited to genetics, biochemistry, development, cell biology, biotic stress, abiotic stress, genomics, phenomics, bioinformatics, physiology, molecular biology, and evolution. A collaborative journal launched by ASPB, The Society for Experimental Biology (SEB), and Wiley, Plant Direct publishes papers submitted directly to the journal as well as those referred from a select group of the societies’ journals. Learn more about Plant Direct here.

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Advertise in Plant Biology Journals – The Plant Cell

The Plant Cell publishes novel research of special significance in plant biology, especially in the areas of cellular biology, molecular biology, genetics, development, and evolution. The primary criterion for publication is new insight that is of broad interest to plant biologists, not only to specialists. The Plant Cell has the highest impact factor of all primary research journals in plant biology.

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, development, and outreach of plant biology as a pure and applied science.

Statistics

  • Page Views (avg. per month): 975,000+
  • Email Subscribers: 11,000
  • Five-Year Impact Factor 10.125 – Highest impact factor of primary research journals in plant biology

Editor: Cathie Martin, John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK

Ad Types Available

  • Online Ads
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  • TOC Package
  • Inline Ads
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Advertise in Plant Biology Journals – Plant Physiology

Established in 1926, Plant Physiology is an international journal devoted to physiology, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, genetics, biophysics, and environmental biology of plants. Plant Physiology is one of the world’s oldest and most well-respected international plant science journals, with the most citations of any journal in the plant sciences.

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, development, and outreach of plant biology as a pure and applied science.

Statistics:

  • Page Views (avg. per month): 1,390,000+
  • Email Subscribers: 10,000+
  • 5-year impact factor is 7.084

Editor: Michael Blatt, Laboratory of Plant Physiology and Biophysics, University of Glasgow

Ad Types Available:

  • Online Ads
  • Email Ads
  • TOC Package
  • Inline Ads
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ASPB Scholars Program

Open to exceptional undergraduate and graduate students studying plant biology, the ASPB Scholars program delivers an experience intended to serve as a foundation for a career in plant science. Applications welcome from any country. Students who apply to the program must be in good academic standing (verified by their Pl or department head) and must demonstrate a commitment to plant science.

See the Scholars Program details here.