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Congratulations to 2022 APS Global Experience Program Award Winners

Congratulations go out to our Office of International Programs (OIP), Global Experience Program Award winners.

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Be an Ethics Leader — Register for our Research Ethics Course

Online every Wednesday, January 18 – April 29, 2023
Learn to model and advocate for high ethical standards during this interactive, discussion-based course. Expert instructors Mark Gleason and Leonor Leandro of Iowa State University will guide you through challenging conversations and case studies in this one-of-a-kind interactive course. You'll gain valuable insights and new perspectives on how to avoid and manage ethical dilemmas.

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Plant Health 2022 Virtual Sessions

Register for post-meeting webinars (open to all)!

Meeting attendees – and non-attendees alike –  can continue their Plant Health learning experience with five virtual-only sessions from leading subject-matter experts that cover a range of diverse topics affecting plant pathologists today. Registration is now open.

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New APS Workshops!

Learn about our new offering and register today!

Our new workshop offering allows you to immerse yourself in interactive online learning experiences on hot topics related to our field. Workshops span several hours with subject matter experts facilitating​ discussions and scenario-based problem solving. Learn about our upcoming workshops and register today​!

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​​​Emerging Research

Scientists Sleuth Out an Elusive Pathogen in Mexico

For years, scientists and online databases presumed the presence of clubroot—one of the main diseases on cruciferous crops (such as broccoli, cabbage, and kale)—in Mexico. However, no evidence to support this supposition existed until a team of researchers, led by Mauricio Luna and Legnara Padrón-Rodríguez of the University of Veracruz, donned their detective caps to pinpoint the clubroot pathogen.

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Plantopia Podcast Series

Download and listen to new episodes!

Plantopia episodes are informative and entertaining, focusing on a wide range of topics that show how protecting plant healt​h can ensure a sustainable future for all of us.

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