Dear Plant Scientists,
ASPS publishes the Society newsletter Phytogen to promote plant science and outreach to members and the general public. Phytogen is currently a live blog and is periodically sent to our members via email.
We believe that Phytogen is a valuable vehicle for communicating new ideas, recent professional experiences, and events, while promoting our Society and plant biology in general. Current and relevant content is critical to achieve these goals.
How can you help? We are continuously seeking for relevant content from Society members, including researcher profiles, conference highlights, government policy development, agricultural and academic innovation, biological discoveries and conservation, national and international outreach activities or description of a new breakthrough technology.
ASPS will continue to enhance the exposure of Australian plant science through effective communication to a general audience. We encourage you, especially our HDR students (e.g. MSc/PhD) and Early Career Researchers to contribute to Phytogen and our social media networks (Facebook or twitter).
ASPS would like to sincerely thank Conjoint Professor Tina Offler for her long-standing role as the chief editor of Phytogen. Tina will continue as co-editor and provide professional mentorship to support the new chief editor of Phytogen; Dr. Chris Cazzonelli.
We welcome you to contact Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss article ideas or submit your story for publication in Phytogen.