There’s always something to learn, whether it be about geography or plant pathology. In 2012 the APS Annual Meeting will focus on communicating our science – sharing the importance of plant pathology with each other and the world. Make plans now to join the American Phytopathological Society next August and discover what the 1,214 square miles of Rhode Island has to offer plant pathologists. 2012 APS Annual Meeting Session Recordings Available Now!Close to 200 symposia and technical presentations were captured and are online. Sessions offered in the package are included with author approval and are provided in an audio/PowerPoint version.Access is available for just $49 to meeting attendees, $149 non-attendee APS members, and $249 to non-atendee non-APS members. Purchase the recordings now!
View the APS Opening General Session with Awards & Honors CeremonyBe a part of the meeting or watch it again! Hear the leadership of APS discuss the present state of the society and watch the awards presentation. Opening Session starts at 2 minutes, 30 seconds into video.
Plenary Session Video on Communicating ScienceAPS President Carol Ishimaru presents the Center for Communicating Science in an interactive presentation focused on speaking to the public about science. (Note this session is 125 minutes long; the video may take some time to download.)
Submit your session proposals for the 2013 APS-MSA Joint Meeting in Austin, Texas.